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Mengding Orchid Queen - Lan Fei

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Essential Harvest : 2021 Origin: Meng Shan, Sichuan, China (Southwest of China) Feature : Aroma Silver Bud Caffeine : 40~50mg / Cup...
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  • Harvest : 2021
  • Origin: Meng Shan, Sichuan, China (Southwest of China)
  • Feature : Aroma Silver Bud
  • Caffeine : 40~50mg / Cup (~8oz) - Low Caffeined
  • Grade: Nonpareil ★★★★★ (Top 1 Quality)
  • Brew Ratio : 1: 50~60
  • Expired Date: 18 Months
  • Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature.  

What Is Mengding Orchid Queen Tea ?

Orchid Queen is one kind of luxury tea produced from Sichuan. It also called as Chinese " Lan Fei"  . This tea has special aroma like Orchid. so people describe this tea with poem as, "Just smell the aroma of orchid, but no orchid just only tea". When produce this tea, farmer use the orchid flower stir with raw tea leaves to make the aroma steep into tea leaf. Since Sichuan orchid flower only have 1 flower time annually. and this process lead to very low volume of tea leaves. So Orchid Queen never been mass produced and it is very luxury as one kind of nonpareil tea  from Sichuan.

      Brewing Guide 

      Scoop 1 spoon of Mengding Orchid Queen green tea (About 2-3g) and threw into GlassTea Cup (or Gai Wan) about 100-150ml. The ratio between tea and water should be around 1:50~60. Pour boiling water with temperature about 70~80°C 158~176℉) and steep about 1~2 minutes then serve as 1st infusion. Steep 3~4 minutes for 3~4th infusion. Kindly notive, it's better to drink within 1 hour.

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