Jin Jun Mei Tea

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Gold Junmei tea: a kind of Lapsang Souchong in black tea. Gold Junmei tea is native to Paulownia Wuyishan city Fujian province. As its tea making procedure are all made by hand, and per 500 g of its tea are at least collect from thousands of tender tips, picking originally small kind of fresh buds in the Wuyi mountain nature preserve, and then through a series of complex wilting, wave processing steps such as green, fermentation, rolling to be completed, so its very precious. Gold Junmei tea is a rare treasure in tea, which appearance is fairly tiny and close, accompanied by golden tea cloth. And its tea soup looked as golden color, rich, clear, transparent and no acerbity feeling. After brewing, its tea leaves stretched naturally, and its color present bronze. Having a close watch, you may find the tea is oil embellish luster, uniform but not finely. At the same time, Gold Junmei tea has the role of Refreshing, eliminating exhausted, diuresis, anti-inflammatory sterilization, and detoxification. Of course, our tea packing are also very concise and noble. I believe this will be best present for festival or relatives.

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Weight: 100 g (3.5 oz).

Includes: Tea Leaves, Packing Bag.

Quality Guarantee Period: 36 Months.

Translation: Great red tea of Yunnan

Alternative name: Yunnan Black Tea

Region: Yunnan Province

Harvest season: April

Cultivar: Yunnan DaYe



Contrary to popular belief, black tea has not been cultivated in Yunnan for very long. The cultivation dates back only to the beginning of the 20th century. In spite of that, some of the best black teas in the world are found there. The appellation Gong Fu is reserved for the highest quality teas from Yunnan. The exceptional teas that have a right to this appellation are characterized by the abundance of buds produced by the trees. The Yunnan Hong Gong Fu variety comes from high-altitude plantations in the Simao region. The leaves are carefully picked in early spring and are only slightly oxidized before being manually dried by pressing in a large heated steel vat.

Tasting notes: The leaves bear an abundance of beautiful golden buds. The gentle twisted shapes release suave aromas of blond tobacco, caramel and scorched earth. The red-orange liquid has a marmalade nose. The mouth feel is round and slightly sweet. Aromas of tobacco, exotic wood and ripe apricot spread their fullness through the mouth. The long, rich finish is remarkably comforting.

Recommended infusion accessory: A stoneware teapot or a zhong.

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    It came in a bunch of small individual 4ish gram yellow mylar bags that have a nice design on them. The leaves when wet look much like the picture. The dry leaves don't have as much yellow/gold tips. The tea doesn't taste bad, but I wouldn't say it tastes very good either - I've never had Jin Jun Mei before so I'm not sure what it is supposed to taste like. I'd like to try a better quality one and see/smell/taste the difference.

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