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Supreme Heavy Aroma Jasmine Meng Ding Gan Lu Green Tea* Mo Li Ganlu

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Specification: ● Origin:  Sichuan, China ● Tea Type:  Jasmine Green Tea  ● Tea Style : Crimp with white fur & Jasmine...
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Specification:
● Origin:  Sichuan, China
● Tea Type:  Jasmine Green Tea 
● Tea Style : Crimp with white fur & Jasmine Flower . Heavy Jasmine
● Grade: Supreme ★★★★★
● Expired Date:  18 Months
● Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature( Below -10C);   
 
 
About Jasmine Meng Ding Gan Lu Green Tea

 

This is a kind of Meng ding Gan Lu green tea which assorted with handmade Jasmine and processed with several curing.
 
Mengding Ganlu tea is a tea from Meng Mountain (Meng Shan), Sichuan Province in the southwest part of China. Meng Shan is reputed to be the place where tea was first cultivated.
 
According to legend, a Taoist Master Wu Lizhen first planted seven tea bushes on Meng Mountain during the Ganlu era (53-50 BCE) of Emperor Xuan of Han dynasty.Prior to this, tea were picked from wild tea bushes. After he died, the tea was called "tea of the immortals" .Buddhist monasteries were later established on the five peaks of the mountain, and from the Tang dynasty to the Qing dynasty, 360 tea leaves were picked and prepared each spring by the Buddhist monks to be presented to the emperor.The tea was used as ceremonial offering by the emperor. Wu Lizhen was conferred the posthumous honorific title of Master of Ganlu (meaning "Sweet Dew", full title Ganlu Puhui Miaoji Dashi by Emperor Xiaozong of the Sung dynasty, from which the tea acquired its name.
 
Before the mid-Tang dynasty, tea from the Meng Mountain was rare and highly prized; and as demand grew, more tea bushes were planted.Mengding Ganlu is one of the teas produced in the Meng Mountain and it is a green tea, other teas from Meng Mountain include "Mengding Huangya" and "Mengding Shihua" which are yellow teas. According to the 16th century scholar Li Shizhen who compiled Compendium of Materia Medica, tea produced from Meng Mountain is "warm and able to take charge of disease," unlike other kinds of tea which are generally cool in nature.

 

Brewing Method

Step 1. Generally scoop 3~5g green tea for every 200ml (7oz) water.
Step 2. The water temperature for brewing green tea should be around 80~85º C.
Step 3. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves, and wait for about 2 minutes then serve. Best Practice is use glass cup or Gai Wan.
Step 4.  Brew 3-4 times is prefer.
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Tea plays an important role in China. It is commonly consumed at social events, and many cultures have created intricate formal ceremonies for these events. Afternoon tea is a British custom with widespread appeal. Tea ceremonies, with their roots in the Chinese tea culture, differ among East Asian countries, such as the Japanese or Korean versions. Tea may differ widely in preparation, such as in Tibet, where the beverage is commonly brewed with salt and butter. Tea may be drunk in small private gatherings (tea parties) or in public (tea houses designed for social interaction).

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