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Chinese twisted green tea – Green snail from Guangxi growing area – 80g

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Chinese twisted green tea – Green snail from Guangxi growing area – 80g tea is an interesting point for chinese green teas. Pieces of whole leaves called hand-twisted snails allow the first to associate with oolong, but it’s not really a wulong. First, let’s start with where this tea comes from. Imagine China’s tea-growing and…

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Chinese twisted green tea – Green snail from Guangxi growing area – 80g tea is an interesting point for chinese green teas. Pieces of whole leaves called hand-twisted snails allow the first to associate with oolong, but it’s not really a wulong. First, let’s start with where this tea comes from. Imagine China’s tea-growing and tourist destinations – the natural habitat of teas – as you can imagine or as bold as you can. If you are, multiply that beauty and delight by a thousand, and you are still very far away. Guangxi, or otherwise Guangxi, is a production area in South China that has a stunningly beautiful natural environment. This area, in the vicinity of Yunnan, has very good tea-producing potential. Green teas are most often grown and made in red teas, oolong teas and white teas.

Green Snail’s brew typically has a green tea color and gives a relatively characteristic flavor. It is noted for its fruity-flavored green teas – though it is mostly a long-lasting floral flavor that ends in a slightly nutty aftertaste. In many places, the soaking time should be 2-3 minutes using 70-80 ° C water. We think it’s a lot. We recommend soaking at the same temperature for a maximum of 1-2 minutes. Of course, it is also a matter of taste … One sure. The leaf spheres twisted into a snail unfold beautifully in the tea water and the whole tea leaves become visible – which, when they unfold, give off a pleasant green tea scent.

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