This fresh Xin Yang Mao Jian organic green tea from the Henan province in China is the best I’ve ever tasted, thus far. It’s also highly fragrant with a soothing aroma.
Once you open the plastic pouch you’ll notice a difference. The texture of the dehydrated leaves looks more like miniature twigs, not tiny crumbs that many of us are use to. Oops, forgot to take a pic to show that.
The leaves unravel after you immerse them in piping hot water. I enjoy sipping my tea and do that deliberately so even after 10 minutes have passed it’ll still be warm, so I won’t have to reheat it. Tea is nice after a hard day at work or while chit chatting with your special friends. The light snacks don’t hurt either.
This comes in a mesh cloth teabag unlike the paper ones that could potentially rip. You can definitely see the difference in the texture now that I cut the bag open with scissors and made a tree shape. Bye-Bye cutie pies!