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Amanda

(338 reviews)
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White Monkey from Little Red Cup

Style: Green Tea – Region: Hunan, China

73 / 100 Aroma: 7/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 3/5
Sep. 30th, 2013

The aroma of this delightfully fuzzy tea reminds me of a mix between the muscatel of darjeeling and the delicate green of a Pai Mu Dan. Once the tea is brewed it takes on more of a floral aroma which blends well the the notes that are already present.

The first steep is mild and vegetal with notes of mown hay. The ...

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Alex Zorach

(1274 reviews)
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ZG54: Gu Zhang Mao Jian Organic from Upton Tea Imports

Style: Mao Jian Green Tea – Region: Guzhang, Hunan, China

77 / 100 Aroma: 6/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 5/5
Jun. 7th, 2013

The dry leaf of this tea had the most intensely pleasing aroma of any green tea I have ever encountered.

Upon drinking the brewed tea, it's a little less amazing but still good. There's a lightness and sweetness in this tea that I've only ever encountered in green teas considerably higher in price.

Second infusi...

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White Eagle Long Life Green Tea from Imperial Tea Garden

Style: Green Tea – Region: Hunan, China

91 / 100 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 5/5 Value: 5/5
Dec. 14th, 2011

Another delightful, fascinating, and unusual tea from Imperial Tea Garden. The dry leaf is exclusively tips, slightly twisted, and shows white downy hairs. Its aroma is airy and light, but it smells a bit like tobacco, and has toasty, grassy tones too, with a hint of camphor.

The description of this tea confused m...

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Moon Swirl White Tip from Imperial Tea Garden

Style: Green Tea – Region: Hunan, China

83 / 100 Aroma: 7/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 5/5
Dec. 5th, 2011

A fascinating green tea completely unlike anything I've ever sampled before, although admittedly, it's my first tea from Hunan province so that may explain the novelty for me. The tightly-rolled tea looks almost oolong-like, rather unlike Bi-luo chun or gunpowder green tea, but upon brewing, it unfurls to look more li...

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