We gave ourselves a very demanding task – to find a green tea that is unique in appearance, rarely in assortments, sharp at the first sip and sweet beneath. We found our Jade Sword in Sichuan, looking slender and fresh, offering even more than we asked for. Notes of a delicate young bamboo in the misty cool spring mornings followed by deep and unbelievably long sweet aftertaste will both revive you and spell-bind you. This tea is for those that are not afraid of sharp green flavor and a dash of astringency leading to the ultimate sweet aftertaste.
Reviving Sichuan Zhu Ye Qing tea with bamboo and grassy notes and ultimate sweet aftertaste.
Leaf: Sharp, slender intense green pure tea buds
Liquor : Bright lemony-green
Aroma: Delightful young bamboo with the freshness of spring mornings
Taste: Strong flavor with desirable astringency that creates a unique deep sweetness
Contains as half of caffeine as black tea. Don't drink green tea for six hours before bedtime.
Among all types of Chinese tea, green tea stands out not only due to its long history and unique flavor, but because of the numerous benefits it can offer.
Average milligrams of caffeine per serving
Tea with lowest caffeine - White tea, almost like decaf tea
Tea with less caffeine - Yellow tea, caffeine content higher than that of white tea
Oolong tea caffeine content is similar with black tea caffeine content.
Tea with most caffeine - Pu’erh tea is High caffeine tea, contains caffeine a bit less than coffee
Harvest Time 1450meters E103°N28° 17.5°C Summer
Mabian Yi Autonomous County
Mabian is located in the southwest China, where the majority of residents are of Yi minority. Mabian is far from major cities, so the damage on the environment is extremely low. Nearly 100% of soil and vegetation in Mabian are pollution-free.
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Green Tea Making Process
Thousands years of history, delicate & artistic handmade