Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
Mao Feng Shui
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Mao Feng Shui

GREEN TEA

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This spring harvested Mao Feng green tea from Zhejiang China has a slightly sweet, vegetative taste and aroma with a lingering fresh aftertaste. Carefully picked at high elevation, it is exceptionally rich in antioxidants for greater feng shui enhancement.

Tasting Notes:

Sweet potato, butter, daffodil


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LZ
03/27/2020
Lu Z.
United States United States
Disappointed with the packaging and delivery service

I had ordered three hundreds sachets of maofeng but only received 100 sachets after more than 10 days of waiting. I contacted your customer service and the lady promised to send me the missing 200 sachets right away. And for the second delivery, I received only 100 sachets and there are still another 100 sachets missing. I was extremely disappointed with your service.

Ingredients

Spring harvested full leaf green tea from China.

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The perfect alignment of two circles, symbolizing the harmonious balance of green tea and whimsy.

Preparation

For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to 190 degrees. Steep three minutes. Arrange tea pot and cup as desired for deeper enjoyment.

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Mao Feng

Chinese Green Tea

Grown in the mountains of central Zhejiang Province, China, at altitudes above 3000 feet, Mao Feng is harvested in the spring and quickly hot air fired. This neutralizes the oxidizing enzyme and seals in the fresh flavors and aromas. The long, slender jade leaves of Mao Feng brew to a color of pale green and impart a pleasing vegetative fragrance with buttery notes and lingering sweetness.

Wuyi County

Wuyi County is located in central Zhejiang Province in Eastern China and should not be confused for the famous Wuyishan tea growing region in Fujian Province. It is an area famous for agriculture and tourism, most noteably Jinhua ham and hot springs respectively. Our Mao Feng is harvested from mid March to May.