Yixing tea--green tea


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Yixing tea--green tea

Postby yinwenqian » Nov 4th, '11, 22:12

Most people konw yixinghongcha,but not yixing green tea,actually yixing green tea is very good as well.below are some kinds of yixing green tea.

yangxie xueya
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taihu cuizhu
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yixing biluochun
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby Cole » Nov 5th, '11, 17:29

Those look tasty! How would you describe the flavor? Can you find it online?
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby Bryan_drinks_te... » Nov 5th, '11, 17:35

I agree with Cole, those teas look delicious! Thanks for the education, Yinwenqian!
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby yinwenqian » Nov 6th, '11, 10:01

bryan_drinks_tea wrote:I agree with Cole, those teas look delicious! Thanks for the education, Yinwenqian!

It's my pleasure :D
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby Chip » Nov 6th, '11, 12:07

... they do look tasty!

Can you describe the flavors and aromas?

Thanks.
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby yinwenqian » Nov 16th, '11, 06:43

yangxianxueya taste fresh, mellow with sweet aftertaste. There is gleamingly smell of flowers and fruits in the slight fragrance, delivering a strong sense of mystery,no bitter feeling
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby yinwenqian » Nov 16th, '11, 06:46

Cole wrote:Those look tasty! How would you describe the flavor? Can you find it online?

those tea are made by our tea garden this spring ,and can hardly find on the net
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby yinwenqian » Nov 16th, '11, 07:00

the flavor of the other two kinds of tea is fresh and mellow but more heavy than yangxianxueya, lasting aroma
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Re: yixing tea--green tea

Postby rosmarinaus » Mar 5th, '15, 20:20

I have a Chinese friend from Suzhou who brought me a nice amount of taihu cuizhu. I'll put up some impressions later, when I have a chance to sample it.
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Re: Yixing tea--green tea

Postby kiwi303 » Mar 5th, '15, 22:22

That Biluochun looks much the same as the bilochun I have here and am drinking now. Different spellings for the same tea from different vendors? Emerald Spring tea?

Quite a nice fresh tea with slight citrus-y and nutty almond flavours.
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Re: Yixing tea--green tea

Postby chrl42 » Mar 18th, '15, 21:53

Yixing was famous for green tea, before they produced teapot and long before Long Jing or Biluochun was born :)
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