This is green tea from Guangxi province. It was harvested and produced from first spring buds in 2015. The dry tea consists of tiny gray-green, spiral, hairy buds. The aroma of dry tea is tender, with herbal and floral hints. The clear liquor has a light olive tint.
The bouquet of brewed tea is light, airy, with herbal and flower tones and fresh seeds tint. The taste is rich, smooth, silky, sweet. There is a bit of astringency if tea is over brewed. The aroma is tender, with floral and berry tones. The refreshing aftertaste is light.
Infuse this tea with chilled boiled water (80°С) in a porcelain gaiwan or in glass tea ware. Take 3 grams for 100 ml volume vessel. Shed tea with water and increase infusion time gradually. This tea can be infused this way for 6-7 times.
It is an excellent choice for an everyday tea time in the light half of the year. It has refreshing, concentrating and light tonic effect.