by Aurora Knight
The best Mao Feng tea I ever tasted. It has a vegetal taste after every sip. It was going to be one of my temporary teas to try out, but I love the taste so much that it’s become permanent.
by Michelle Co
One of my favorite tea's that is part of my weekly tea rotation. The flavor is super smooth, almost has a buttery/roasted taste, a bit hard to describe, but addicting and it's light. I drink it plain after lunch to help with digestion. I will be ordering this one again!
by Eric Maxfield
Tastes as described. Nice mellow and smooth. Buttery vegetal is spot on but the taste is much more appealing than that sounds. I had to use a lot more than i would from other teas to bring out the flavour. Must be a problem with the full leaf tea like this one.
Just received this blend along with others. Very smooth taste, not bitter, and actually a creamy taste when you sweeten slightly. Not that it needs it, but wanted to see how honey paired with this. Rich smell in package and it lingers while wet. Perfect for gongfu brewing
by Barbara Clark
This is a delightful, everyday tea at an affordable price. I like to brew mine strong and this tea stands up to that without becoming bitter or harsh. Lovely smooth and mellow taste - it's a keeper!
An amazing tea that has become a part of my everyday life. Quite a subtle taste but it lingers beautifully on the roof of your mouth. Slightly sweet, quite buttery and very tasty.
I use a pinch and brew at about 75c for around 2 minutes.
by Jocelyn Traher | Blodeuyn
First steeping: 2 minutes at 175 degrees.
This Mao Feng is delightfully mellow with a buttery and delicate vegetal taste. I detect undertones of chestnut at the end of the sip, and as the cup cools there are notes of creamy water chestnut.
Second steeping: 3 minutes at 175 degrees.
The second steeping has deleveloped a lovely creaminess and has taken on more of a water chestnut undertone. There is a very slight vegetal tang at the end of the sip.