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Ming Qian Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea

Ming Qian Huang Shan Mao Feng Tea

$19.95
Product code: 278

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview:

A highly prized Chinese green tea from Huang Shan (Yellow Mountain) in Anhui Province. Leaves are picked in early spring, before the Spring Festival, when the buds are still tender and full of flavor. The Chinese Department of Foreign Affairs serves this fine green tea to important foreign visitors, while monks in the Yellow Mountain love this tea for its taste and meditative effect.

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Watch the video below now and see how the beautiful Huangshan Maofeng leaves are steeped using a gaiwan:


Huang Shan is a truly beautiful place characterized by granite peaks and twisted pines. It's iconic beauty has inspired Chinese poets and painters and it's ideal natural conditions resulted in the development of a truly amazing tea: the Huang Shan Mao Feng. To some tea lovers, simply sipping a cup of this tea while enjoying the breathtaking view of the misty Huang Shan, feels like heaven. Go for this Huang Shan Mao Feng to enjoy your moments of tranquillity.

Huang Shan Mao Feng has a beautiful slightly curled shaped due to hand-frying. The green tea shape resembles the peaks of the mountain area where it originates from, hence the name 'Mao Feng' (mountain peak).

Additional Information

Steeping Time 3 min
Steeping Temperature 80 °C - 176 °F
Grams per Cup 2 Gram
Tea Year 2014
Tea Season Spring
Tea Caffeine Content low
Tea Region Huang Mountain
Tea Province Anhui
Time of the Day morning, afternoon

Customer Reviews

Review by Shino
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For the first infusion the aroma was very floral, I smelled orchids and slightly a hint of Jasmine. The fragrance was reminiscent of a flower shop, if that makes any sense...

The first infusion had a strong scent but the taste was delicate. Usually I use mineral water for my tea, but because the taste is so subtle for this tea, that I decided to use tap water. Subtle tap water will not overrule the subtle taste.

The second infusion was much much better than the first one. The aroma was toned down slightly while the flavor was stronger, this made the whole taste experience more balanced. It had a hint of sweet fruits I can’t quite pinpoint. (Posted on 9/30/13)

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