Gentle taste of sweet dew, grassy, asparagus, delicate sweet aroma
Ice Tea Instruction
Every 1 gram of tea for 50ml of water, and allow steeping 1 to 2 hours in refrigerator.
This is a Shou Mei harvested at the end of September/the beginning of October. In Chinese tea culture, there's a common saying to distinguish the characters of a spring harvest tea and an autumn harvest tea, and the saying is "Chun Shui Qiu Xiang" 春水秋香, which means "sweet water of spring, sweet aroma of autumn", meaning that spring harvest is known for having a sweet taste tea, whereas autumn harvest is known for having a better aroma. This autumn Shou Mei is a great daily drink because of its delicate aroma and taste, and it makes an interesting comparison to our wild bush spring Shou Mei. Be aware that this tea is NOT from wild bush, but it still has its own personality to offer!
Brewing Instruction Gaiwan & Teapot
Gai Wan: 3-5 secs
Ceramic pot: 8oz water, 2 mins
Add 5gram/2 tbsp
85 C / 200 F
Top Health Benefits
Rich in antioxidants to fight free radical compounds and slow down aging
Rich in polyphenols to fight off bacteria of dental damage
Rich in fluoride which is an important element of oral health preservation
Rich in flavonoids that keep blood pressure at a safe level thus reducing chance of cardiovascular problems
Low caffeine levels
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