Shin Yang (Yeung) mao feng?

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


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Apr 6th, '06, 18:04
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Shin Yang (Yeung) mao feng?

by TIM » Apr 6th, '06, 18:04

Anyone have any idea what this is Shin Yang Mao Feng.
It is a green tea.... and Shin Yang is a place in China!?
That's all I know.

I have 1/2 a pound of this thing in my collection and it may already gone bad, just wanna know more before trashing it. HELP!

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by MarshalN » Apr 6th, '06, 18:17

How has it gone bad?

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by TIM » Apr 6th, '06, 18:30

It turns yellowish.... Is this suppost to be a yellow / green tea?
The liquor are clear, but yellow....

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by MarshalN » Apr 6th, '06, 19:23

Well, Huangshan Maofeng is indeed yellowish, a bit, but I don't know what Shin Yang is. Do you know the characters?

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by TIM » Apr 6th, '06, 23:29

????

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by Phyll » Apr 6th, '06, 23:52

I believe MarshallN is asking if you know the Chinese writings (i.e. characters) of the words Shin Yang.

I think your guess is right that Shin Yang is a name of a place where the leaves were grown in.

Take a taxi and ask the driver to go to Shin Yang Road around Chinatown area. If he takes you there, then you know where the tea came from!

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I find it!

by TIM » Apr 7th, '06, 15:16

http://www.teaspring.com/Xin-Yang-Mao-Jian.asp

Soooo, I guess my bag of Mao Jain should lay to rest.....
:cry:

Thanks every one for helping!

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Re: Shin Yang (Yeung) mao feng?

by cherryking » Feb 5th, '07, 03:00

[quote="TIM"]Anyone have any idea what this is Shin Yang Mao Feng.
It is a green tea.... and Shin Yang is a place in China!?
That's all I know.

The tea is called Xin Yang Mao Jian. Xin Ynag is the place name in China, it belong to He nan province. It has more than 2000 yeas history in China.

Enjoy.

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Re: Shin Yang (Yeung) mao feng?

by cherryking » Feb 5th, '07, 03:07

cherryking wrote:
TIM wrote:Anyone have any idea what this is Shin Yang Mao Feng.
It is a green tea.... and Shin Yang is a place in China!?
That's all I know.

The tea is called Xin Yang Mao Jian. Xin Ynag is the place name in China, it belong to He nan province. It has more than 2000 yeas history in China.

Enjoy.
Well, I mean Xin yang mao jian has more than 2000 years history in China. :!:

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