Mengding Ganlu 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 gān lù
- Translation: Mingqian Meng Ding Gan Lu
- Type: Green Tea
- Cultivar: Meng Ding Gan Lu
- Origin: Medingshan, Yaan, Sichuan
- Harvest Date: 2023/03/13
- 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.
I am glad I found this high-qualify tea online, now I don’t need to travel to China to buy this great tea. It is very fresh. I enjoy the aroma as well as the taste. I received it sooner than expected. This is a trusted seller with a good products! Liked the tea, liked the customer service!
Purchased this tea as a gift for my husband who has refined, experienced and knowledgeable on Chinese tea. He immediately brewed some and was delighted in its aroma and taste.
Pro: This was a very fresh, aromatic, well-formed, tasty tea and better than some other brands I've tried. I was very pleased with it.
Con: I like it enough that I am drinking more tea than usual and will have to re-order sooner than usual. Lol
It is quite nice at this price point. You can tell the leaves are young, from a fairly early picking, and there is a nice amount of intact/whole leaf.
The taste is much like other young leaf green teas. Delicate, fruity, slightly floral. When brewed lightly, this reminded me a lot of Anji Baicha (a white tea).
The wet-leaf aroma is nice, fresh fruit and steamed greens.
I recommend short steeps. I used a gaiwan, and found 15 seconds per steep to be plenty. Much more and the infusion got a bit astringent.
I love the fresh sweet green taste and beautiful bright green the leaves turn with the first quick steep. Many flavorful steeps from this. Highly recommend to anyone who likes Chinese green tea.