Meng Ding Huang Ya Spring Tea
Encounter a heart-warming tea container, taking a sip or two of light and elegant tea in the middle of a busy schedule; between touch and vision, clearly comprehend heaven, earth and people of nature and ingenuity.
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- Chinese: méng dǐn huáng yá huáng chá
- Translation: Mingqian Meng Ding Huang Ya Yellow Tea
- Type: Yellow Tea
- Cultivar: Meng Ding Huang Ya
- Origin: Medingshan, Yaan, Sichuan
- Harvest Date: 2023/03/12
- Storage Methods: Refrigeration, Sealing, Moistureproof, Avoid light
- Shelf Life: 18 months
- Glass Cup Brewing Method: The ratio of green tea to tea is 1:50, and a glass cup of about 300ml can pour 5g of tea.
- Pour water into the cup (the water temperature is 80~85°C), pour it slowly along the wall of the cup, and let the tea leaves fully infiltrate. The speed of water injection should not be too fast.
- Wait for 3 to 5 minutes, and you can drink the delicious, green tea soup, and then when you drink 1/3 of the teacup, you can refill the water again, usually brew three times.
Sample 10g, 50g, 100g, 200g
Yellow Teas are one of the more rare teas out there but they are delicious! This tea has some soft vegetal notes in a similar way to green tea, but with a sweeter and soft smokiness to it - really enjoyable to drink!
One of my favorite categories of tea is definitely the Huang Cha because it is the most "fresher" tea out there (at least for my personal taste), I like them more than green teas, even though some experts say that yellow teas are a variation of green teas.
I love refreshing bright teas!
However a very good Huang Cha is super hard to find because they are super expensive and produced in very small batches.
Those that are produced in mass with no care at all are awful colorless, muted, empty yellow teas, fortunately this is not the case.
This one is very nice, I mean, it's aromatic, fresh, worth re-infusing and made out of super fine pickings, only buds with no tea dust or loose branches; produces a beautiful bright oily yellow liquor similar to a very light lager beer and has a lovely bitter aftertaste.
Bright aromatics, flowery, freshly chopped grass, cucumber freshness minerality.
Light taste, refreshing, cooling back throat sensation, persistent freshness aromatics in the nose.
However I'm giving this one a 4 star review because the ending after swallowing the tea is kind of lonely; I like my teas with an end or something; the aftertaste however is good, little nutty grassy bitterness.
Nice tea, definitely, this is not a 4 star tea is more like a 4.5
I recommend drinking it gong fu style at 75C.
This tea can take up to 5 good infusions; the first one of 60 seconds and the following adding 10 seconds each until you reach a 1 minute and 40 seconds last infusion.
leaves carries slight roasted and flowery aroma, very transparent and good taste of real yellow tea.