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2022Top Grade Guzhang Maojian (古丈毛尖)Pre-Qingming Green Tea 3g Mini Bags

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One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Guzhang, Hunan, it has the aroma of chestnut, and the tea buds are natural and full.

Picking time: March (Pre-Qingming Spring Tea)

Net Weight: 3g/Bag

Grade:Top Grade

Origin: Guzhang, Hunan

Dry tea:Pekoe is full, Green

Fragrance: Chestnut Fragrance

Soup: Bright green

Taste: Fresh and sweet

Wet tea:Tea buds are full and complete, tender green

Storage method: Store in a cool, dry, dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.

How to brew?

1. Put 3g of tea first, add 1/3 of 85-90℃ water to immerse the tea leaves, shake gently to smell the tea aroma.

2. Refill the water to full, wait for 2-3 minutes for the tea leaves to stretch before drinking.

More About Guzhang Maojian Green Teas:

Why is it called Guzhang Maojian?

Maofeng tea: dry tea has many hairs, which are strip-shaped and curly.

▶Click here to view Huangshan Maofeng
Maojian tea: more delicate than Maofeng tea, with a slightly curly strip shape.

▶Click here to view Xinyang Maojian.


This tea is made of one bud and one leaf from Guzhang County, Wuling Mountains, Hunan Province, to make "Maojian Green Tea", hence the name "Guzhang Maojian", which is known as "Treasure in Tea".

Where is Guzhang?


 Hunan Guzhang County is located in the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau and the hinterland of Wuling Mountain. The Wuling Mountains in Guzhang are covered with high mountains and deep valleys, lush forests, gurgling streams, shrouded clouds, abundant rainfall, mild climate, fertile soil, and rich phosphorus. It is the world's "golden industry belt" for tea, and tea is rich in nutrients. 

Our black tea Guzhanghong made in Guzhang, click here to view

If you want to taste the black tea made in Guzhang, please click here

 How does it taste?

If there is a tea that is irreplaceable for Hunan people in spring, then Guzhang Maojian must be one of them.
Maojian is made through three frying and two kneading, eight processes, and the process is complicated, but this tea has excellent craftsmanship and does not have the common problems of fried green tea (paste pot or burnt edge), but maintains a very complete and natural tea bud, and the aroma is high and fragrant. . Emerald green and many centimeters, buds and leaves are young.

 

When brewing Maojian, first soak the tea leaves with water, shake it gently, and the aroma of the full cup pours into the nostrils. Use 85-90 ℃ water to brew, and the tea leaves will stretch immediately. Carefully observe that the tea buds are very fresh, even and green. To make a pound of such tea leaves, at least 60,000 buds are required, and they must be hand-picked. The amino acids in Pekoe also increase the freshness and sweetness of the tea soup. It is a very clean and sweet green tea.


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Basic info about green tea

Green tea belongs to non-fermented tea and is the most productive type of tea in China. Green tea is produced in 20 tea-producing regions across the country. The basic process of green tea is divided into three steps: fixing, rolling, and drying.A cup of green tea every day wakes up the taste buds with a fresh taste, helps us speed up our metabolism, relieve tiredness and lose weight.

  • Brewing: water temperature | 85°C (185°F) amount of tea | 3g utensils | glass/covered bowl 
  • Steep time: Glass 2min, Gaiwan 10-15s
  • Production process: picking | fixing | rolling | drying
  • Benefits: Lose weight | Protect blood vessels | Anti-aging | Remove bad breath
  • Storage: refrigerated at low temperature | sealed | protected from light | protected from humidity | no peculiar smell
  • Taste: Fresh | Fresh | Sweet | Floral | Bean Fragrance

FAQ

How to brew green tea?

The brewing water temperature is 85°C (185°F), pure water is better. Put 2-3g of tea in a covered bowl or water cup, soak it in a covered bowl for 10 seconds, and then drink it after 2 minutes in a cup. It is also very popular recently to drink it after soaking in cold water/ice water for 2-4 hours.

Xihu Longjing

China's most famous green tea, produced in the authentic core West Lake production area of the premium Longjing, has a sweet taste and a long floral fragrance          

Mengding Ganlu

China's oldest curly (kneading) green tea, produced in Mengding Mountain, Sichuan, has a sweet taste like dew and an elegant aroma     

Anji White Tea

It is called white tea because the tea tree appears white in the early days. The amino acid content is the highest in green tea, and it has a special freshness

Guzhang Maojian

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Guzhang, Hunan Province, it has the aroma of chestnut, and the tea buds are natural and full                                                                          

Xinyang Maojian

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Xinyang, Henan Province, it has a unique aroma of chestnut, and the buds are fresh and tender                                               

Huangshan Maofeng

One of the representative green teas in China. Produced in Huangshan, Anhui, it has the fragrance of orchid, and the tea buds are natural and full                                                  

Enshi Yulu

The only green tea in China that remains steam-fixed is from Enshi, Hubei. The trace element "selenium" in tea is high in content, which can prevent cancer, fresh taste.                

Que She(Sparrow's Tongue)

After brewing, the roots stand up like bamboos, green and dripping. Produced in Mount Emei, Sichuan, it has a sweet taste.                                                                                       

Lu'an Guapian

The only green tea without buds and stems, made with only leaves. Produced in Lu'an, Anhui, it has a seaweed fragrance. After soaking, the leaves stretch, which is very beautiful.

Taiping Houkui

Taiping Houkui is made from one bud and two leaves. It is famous for its peculiar shape. It is a very special green tea with an orchid fragrance.                                                                  

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Xihu Longjing (Westlake Dragon Well)

  • China's most famous green tea, produced in the authentic core West Lake production area of the premium Longjing, has a sweet taste and a long floral fragrance.
  • Picking time: March 22 (Spring tea before Qingming Festival)
  • Grade: Top Grade
  • Net Weight: 50g/can
  • Place of Origin: West Lake, Hangzhou, China
  • Dry tea: flat brown beige uniform
  • Aroma: Orchid, Chestnut
  • Tea soup: Qingbi slightly yellow
  • Tea flavor: sweet and refreshing
  • Leaf After Brew: buds are full and beautiful in shape
  • Storage method: Store in a cool, dry and dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.

LAPSANGSTORE GREEN TEA SAMPLER "G"

  • There are hundreds of Chinese green teas. We have selected the top ten famous green teas, and we want everyone to taste the taste of Chinese green tea at once.
  • Grade: Top grade/ First Grade
  • Net weight: 31.5g/box
  • Origin: Sichuan Mengding Mountain, Sichuan Emei Mountain, Zhejiang Anji, Zhejiang Hangzhou, Henan Xinyang, Anhui Lu'an, Anhui Huangshan, Hunan Guzhang, Hubei Enshi.
  • Category: Contains top ten famous teas in China: West Lake Longjing, Mengding Ganlu, Que Tong, Xinyang Maojian, Anji White Tea, Guzhang Maojian, Huangshan Maofeng, Enshi Yulu, Lu'an Guapian, Taiping Houkui
  • Storage method: Store in a cool, dry and dark place. For long-term storage, it is recommended to place it below 0°C to keep the green tea fresh.

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