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Organic Huang Shan Hair Tip from Arbor Teas

Organic Huang Shan Hair Tip from Arbor Teas

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Arbor Teas

Tea Description:

Our organic Huang Shan Hair Tip Green Tea (also known as Huang Shan Mao Feng) is grown in the mountainous regions of China’s Anhui province, in the vicinity of the picturesque Yellow Mountain (Huang Shan). This tea is one of the top ten most legendary teas in all of China. Mao Feng teas are usually plucked when the buds are swollen from rain but still young and tender. The medium-green leaf sets yield a pale, straw-colored infusion with light body and a smooth, somewhat sweet and lightly vegetal flavor reminding of fresh garden zucchini.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I like to taste the tea – drink about half the cup – before I start my reviews, so that I can get a good idea of what I want to say about it.  I also like to drink about half the cup before I start writing the review because, I like to wait before I read the description of the tea from the vendor so that I can formulate my own opinion about the tea without the influence of the purveyor’s description.

So, when I did get around to reading the above description, I have to say YES!  That’s what I’m tasting.  Especially when I got around to the zucchini comparison.  This tastes very much like zucchini:  mild tasting, and with a hint of butter, as if the zucchini has been either lightly sauteed in butter or perhaps steamed and then lightly buttered.  There are also notes of hay and some very faint fruit tones to the cup, somewhat apple-esque.

When I took my first couple of sips, I could have sworn I was sipping on a yellow tea … because it has some similarities in taste to my beloved yellow teas too, although I must say that this is definitely more green tea tasting than yellow tea.  But, it was quite nice to discover some yellow-ish taste to this!

Overall, I’m really loving this tea… certainly a good one.  But, as I’ve gotten to know Arbor Teas over the past couple of years, it’s become somewhat expected!  They have some of the best teas available anywhere online!  I highly recommend them!

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