Maojian Green Tea is a type of Chinese green tea known for its delicate flavor and appearance. It is named after the Maojian Mountain region in China where it is primarily grown. "Maojian" translates to "Fur Tips" or "Hairy Tips," referring to the fine, downy hairs on the tea leaves.
About Maojian Green Tea Loose Leaf:
- Flavor: Maojian Green Tea has a subtle and mellow flavor with a slight vegetal and nutty taste. It is known for its smooth and refreshing character.
- Appearance: The leaves of Maojian Green Tea are thin and long with a curled shape. They are usually dark green with some silver or white hairs, which contribute to its visual appeal.
- Preparation: To prepare Maojian Green Tea, you can follow these general steps:
- Start by heating water to around 175-180°F (80-82°C), as green teas are typically brewed at lower temperatures compared to other teas.
- Place 1-2 teaspoons of Maojian Green Tea leaves in a teapot or tea infuser.
- Pour the hot water over the leaves and let it steep for about 2-3 minutes. Adjust the steeping time to your taste preference; shorter steeping times will yield a lighter flavor, while longer steeping times will result in a stronger brew.
- Once steeped, strain the tea leaves and pour the tea into cups.
- Maojian Green Tea can be enjoyed plain or with a touch of honey or lemon, depending on personal preference.
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