Mao Jian means hairy or downy tip, describing the shape of this tea's leaves, and Xin Yang is the name of the region of Henan Province where it is grown. The flavour is fresh and sweet with no astringency.
|1kg (Block Bottom)||£39/kg||11.7p/3g serving|
|2kg+ (Block Bottom)*||£33.15/kg||9.9p/3g serving|
|Original Sack (10kg Polythene)||£28/kg||8.4p/3g serving|
*(Block bottom bag discounts applied at checkout)
|Infusion Time||3-5 min|
Tea from China