The fine pluck, the bud leaf and the two leaves below, are obviously visible with this An Ji Bai Cha that was picked at the end of April. Think of the leaves journey from the tea bush to you. Someone carefully picking them, tenderly carrying them to the factory, care in drying them, shipping across the ocean, and still in tact in their delicate state for you to infuse and enjoy. The light green brew has a grassy, earthy flavor. The brew is less astringent and lighter in color than most green teas, in some ways like a white tea.
Ingredients:Green tea from Zhejiang, China
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