Varietal: No. 8. Spring harvested full leaf China green tea. Full leaf green tea. Inside the Smith Sachet: The shape is not unusual, but the artistry inside is unique. Our roomy, relaxed fit sachet encourages greater full leaf expansion to give you better flavor. It's also biodegradable. After steeping, you can sashay straight to the compost heap. This small batch of tea was personally crafted for you by Steven Smith, teamaker. We call it Mao Feng Shui because it's a phenomenal lot of eta from a special place in China, and must be held at just the right temperature to guard its sweet flavor and creamy notes. At one point during tasting, we considered moving to a slightly more auspicious location, but one sip told us that it was in perfect alignment already. Or stop by www.smithtea.com. To learn exactly when and where this tea was harvested, blended and packed - along with our personal thoughts on its character - please visit smithtea.com and enter the batch number on the package bottom. It's a bit of inside knowledge that we're always happy to share. Cheers - Steve. The most uncommon name in tea. Since 1949. This spring harvested Mao Feng Green Tea from Zhejiang China has a slightly sweet, vegetative taste and aroma with a lingering fresh aftertaste. Carefully picked at high elevation, it is exceptionally rich in antioxidants for greater feng shui enhancement. Congratulations. You finally got to the bottom of Smith. Please recycle. Thank you.
15 sachets [1.3 oz (37 g)] x 6
Preparation: For best flavor, bring freshly drawn filtered after to 190 degrees. Steep three minutes. Arrange tea pot and cup as desired for deeper enjoyment.
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