What is Xinyang Maojian Tea?
Xinyang Maojian, also known as Yu Maofeng, is a green tea. It is one of the top ten famous teas in China and one of the famous specialties in Henan Province. The name ‘Mao Jian’ translates as ‘fur tips’ and it refers to the appearance of the young tea leaves when they are plucked – they are covered with tiny ‘hairs’ or ‘fur’.
This Xinyang maojian tea opens up with a rich, grassy vegetal flavor, savory upfront with a warm sweetness that lingers afterward and then deepens in later steeps. It’s a surprisingly bold taste for green, and the dry leaves are long and thin.
What do Yuhou, Yuqian, and Mingqian mean?
Yuhou means after Gu Yu, which is one of 24 solar terms in China, each year after April 20. Yuqian means before Gu Yu, which is one of 24 solar terms in China, each year around April 20. While Mingqian means before Qing Ming, also one of 24 solar terms in China, each year around April 5.
What are the Benefits of Xinyang Mao Jian Tea?
Xinyang Maojian tea is an excellent choice for tea lovers who need a relaxing drink, Xinyang Maojian Tea contains a large number of water-soluble minerals amino, tea polyphenols, protein, a variety of vitamins, and other nutrients, these ingredients are required by the human body nutrition. Drinking this green tea can not only supplement the needs of the human body water but also supplement the human body needs protein, vitamins, etc. which has a high health care efficacy.
How to brew Xinyang Maojian Tea?
1.3g/150ml.3 grams tea for every 150 ml water
2.temperature about 80℃ (176℉)
3.infuse 1-2 minutes
4.steep 2-3 times is best
1.Storage：Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated
2.Shelf life:18 months
|Tea Type||Green Tea|
|Flavored Tea||Not Flavored|