A fragrant Chinese green tea made with only young tea buds.
Direct translation from Chinese is: Green, Snail and Spring.
Its name gives a perfect description of its leaves: jade green, in a spiral snail shape, picked in early spring. These leaves have a strong distinct sweet soy bean fragrance.
Bright yellow tinted liquid. Light body, honey sweet fragrant. Refreshing, natural long lasting sweet finish. Great for early mornings and summer days.
80 °C water. 30 seconds to 1 minute steeping depending on brewing style.
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