Yellow Tea

4 Item(s)

  • Junshan Silver Needle Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Junshan Mountain, Yueyang City in Hunan Province Shape: fat bud, even size, white pekoe, golden and bright bud and light yellow fuzz. Liquid: orange yellow and bright. Aroma: brisk, clean and fresh, like the aroma of render com. Taste: sweet, brisk and mellow. Brewed tea leaves: fat, tender, bright and evenly yellowish green. Weight: 100 g (3.53 oz). Recognizing: It smells clean and fresh, and tastes mellow, sweet and brisk. The high quality is fat, straight and bright yellow, and the inferior is thin, curly and dull yellow. After inflision,the tea leaves all goes toward the top,being straight in the water,and then ups and downs for three times, which looks like sprouting shoots and straight silver swords. Middle-putting brewing method: suitable for Junshan Silver Needle. Amount of tea: It is improper to over case when people drink the tea by glass to avoid much heavy taste.
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  • Huoshan Yellow Bud Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy. Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Huoshan in Anhui Province Shape: straight and slightly open, even, in shape of tongue of sparrow, tender green, covered with pekoes. Liquid: yellowish green and clear, slightly with yellow circles. Aroma: clean aroma with chestunt flavour. Taste: heavy mellow and sweet. Brewed tea leaves: tender yellow and bright. Weight: 100 g (3.53 oz). Recognizing: For the authentic Huoshan Yellow bud tea, people can feel sweet in tongue root after they get the tea down; otherwise, it is the fake tea. Its moisture is only about 5%, lower than other famous teas. It turns into powder when being rolled. The fake is not such dry. It smells clean aroma, flowery flavor, or chestnut flavor. The aroma varies with different climates in different places. Yellow bud tea has the flowery flavor in Wumijian, Bailianyan; clean aroma in Jinzhuping, Taiyangxiang flavor in Wuji Mountain, Dahuaping town. Tea sets: glass. Water temperature: about 80°C.
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  • Guangdong Dayeqing Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best Season to taste: Summer Origin: Shaoguan, Zhaoxqing, Zhanjiang and other counties and cities in Guangdong Province. Recognizing: The big branches and leaves of yellow large leaf tea make it very rare among many teas in our country, which is also the standard of quality. The authentic Guangdong Dayeqing has stout, tight and heavy strips, evenly-proportioned old and tender leaves, complete leaves and obvious bud fuzzes; whereas the dry tea can be told through green smooth and obvious yellow color and bright yellow liquid after infusion. The smell is mellow; the brewed tea leaves is light yellow, and the taste is mellow with sweetness aftertaste. Weight: ? g (? oz) Water Temperature: boiled water of over 85 C. Tea sets: glass. Infusion time: Guangdong Dayeqing is rather delicate, 3 to 5 infusions is perfect.
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  • Mengding Yellow Bud Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy. Best season to taste: Summer. Origin: Mengshan Mountain, Mingshan County in Sichuan Province. Shape: stout and oily in appearance; yellow bright and oily in color. Liquid: light yellow. Aroma: sweet and delicate with elegant smell. Taste: mellow and fresh. Brewed tea leaves: Large bud in the bright yellow color. Weight: 100 g (3.53 oz). Recognizing: Mengding yellow bud tea of top quality is featured with even, flat and straight bud sticks, yellow and embellish color, obvious golden fuzzes, yellow greenish liquid, sweet and tender, and mellow and fresh taste. It is the nonesuch of yellow tea. Water temperature: boiled water of over 85°C. Tea sets: glass.
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