Misty Peak

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    Simple spinach, grassy flavor.

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    Nice rounded taste in the mouth, will get slightly astringent if left brewing too long.

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    Great, fresh green tea. Notes of pineapple and honey.

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    Fresh. Somewhat vegetal. Note of apple skin.

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    I like this light refreshing green tea without any hint of astringency. I drank five infusions of it in my office over 3 hours and felt grand. I thought I could taste a bit of tropical fruitiness.

The tea legend is of a young tea picker in love with a local scholar but forced to marry a wealthy landowner. The night before her wedding, she went to see her scholar love only to find that he had been murdered by the landowner. She cried all night until she turned into rain and the first Maofeng tea tree began to grow.

Huangshan Maofeng is consistently in the top 10 lists of finest Chinese teas. It is spring harvested from the Yellow mountain area of East China, which has the perfect climate and humidity for this tea varietal. It produces a deliciously sweet and fragrant tea full of gentle floral notes.

"Summer is coming, and so are the light clothes and fresh fragrances. To complete the circle I drink green tea. Fresh, light and full of flavour, Misty Peak.

Balance your body temperature with this cooling effect from one of the top 10 teas in china.

Make the Misty Peak your Summer love affair!"

Hugo, works at our tea bar
Gong Fu Brewing Western Brewing
Water
Temp
Amountg per 100ml 1st Infusionseconds + Infusionsseconds Number of
Infusions
Amountg per 100ml 1st Infusionseconds + Infusionsseconds Number of
Infusions
85°c
185F
3 25 +5 5 0.5 180 +60 2
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