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$9.20 – $46.00
Xinyang Maojian 信阳毛尖 is grown in Xinyang, Henan.
“Mao” (毛) means tiny fluff in a cup when brewed and “jian” (尖) refers to the shape of the leaves: young, sharp, full leaves.
It is one of the ten best famous teas in China. Xinyang Maojian is known for its unique and delicious flavor. The color is yellowish especially when boiled with water. The tea liquor is slightly thick and has a refreshing crisp taste and with a lasting aftertaste.
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