Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow Lapsang Lapsang tea

Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea
Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea,WuYi Silver Eyebrow  Lapsang Lapsang  tea
Brand: Black tea
Product Code: 50g
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Name:   WuYi Yin Jun Mei Souchong Black Tea

Other names: Jun Mei Black Tea, Yin Jun Mei Lapsang Souchong

Origin :  Wu Yi Shan, Fujian Province, China

Grade : B       

Rating :  ★★★★

Storage :  stored in a dry place and no direct sunshine

PackagingWe will use sealed, tin-foil packaging. It can keep fresh a long time

Appearance:  Yin Jun Mei Souchong tea leaves are carefully rolled and when infused, they unfurl into young one-bud one-leaf tea leaves. Clear orange color infusion.

Taste:  The fragrance of Yin Jun Mei Lapsang Souchong are smoky (pine) as any good Lapsang should be, yet the taste has distinct fruity sweet notes underneath the smoky nature of the tea. As this tea ages, the smoky nature will slowly subside while the fruity sweetness of this tea becomes stronger.

Suggested Usage: Use between one and two teaspoons of leaves per cup of 85 degree water (185 fahrenheit) for up to one minute. Increase the steeping time for each subsequent brewing.

About Yin Jun Mei Black Tea

Yinjunmei is made of tea bud tips with bud leaf which are picked before Tomb-sweeping Day from a rare and primitive specie of wild tea which grow on mountains, in the National Natural Conservation Area of Wuyi Mountain, with an attitude of 1500 to 1800 meters. 

The highest grade of Lapsang Souchong is called Jun Mei or Beautiful Eyebrow (in English) because the processed tea leaf resembles an eyebrow. Jun Mei can be further categorized into Gold (Jin) and Silver (Yin) grade; we are carrying the latter. What is special about Jun Mei Souchong is that unlike other Lapsang Souchong, it is processed using tender, full tea leaves and buds harvested in early spring before the Qing Ming festival.

This tea is also known as Zheng Shan Souchong. Zheng Shan means "Original Mountain" and only tea leaves picked from Wuyi (Tong Mu Guan) harvest area can be called as "Zheng Shan". These tea leaves have a special characteristics in that they have a subtle hint of a sweet fruit in China called "longan"

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