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2016 Manzhuan Gushu Huangpian

country of origin  China

Huangpian, translated as “yellow leaves”, are large overripe leaves that turn yellow during processing and are removed from higher-grade Maochas. They are popular with the local farmers. The leaves have lower caffeine content and a simpler, more straightforward and pleasantly sweet taste, which is why they are ideal for everyday drinking on days when one needs to go to bed early. The 200-gram tea cake consists of leaves of different size, both light and dark green and yellow. The golden green infusion has a full, balanced, colourful and pleasantly mineral and slightly astringent taste with spicy and balsamic tones.

Brewing recommendations: 4–5 g of tea per 100 ml of boiling water, steep for 20, 15, 10… seconds. This tea is ideally prepared in a miniature teapot, shiboridashi or zhong and cup(s) of the same volume so that the entire content could be strained at once.


Area: Manzhuan

Year: 2016

Country of origin: China

  • Price: 9,71 €
    Loose tea 50g - Loose tea
    In weight

  • Price: 38,06 €

    Cake 200 g

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