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Aged Hong Mei Mao Feng
Aged Hong Mei Mao Feng


Zehijiang, China is an eastern coastal province with a humid, subtropical climate. One of the most famous tea producing regions in China, records of tea production date back as early as the Wei and Jin Dynasties, 1500 years ago.

Aged Hong Mei Mao Feng*:

Our Aged Hong Mei Mao Feng is an uncommon black tea from Zhejiang whose name loosely translates "Red Plum Flower Tip." Mao feng is the style of leaf that looks like a pointy blade, and this is the most delicate mao feng possible, consisting exclusively of a tip that is jet black and beautifully twisted into a long, thin, springy strand.

The unusually attractive appearance is the result of rolling the leaf by hand three times, with intervals in between to control oxidation. In the aged version of Hong Mei Mao Feng you'll notice a pronounced concentration of flavors and aroma that highlights this tea's unique preserved plum taste. An extraordinarily fragrant and robustly flavorful tea that connoisseurs savor.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 shopping cart issues September 12, 2017
Reviewer: Steve Fox from Denver, CO United States  
As the two teas I purchased are part of my regular supplies, I have already reviewed them.  My topic this time is the shopping cart errors.  Each of the last two times I have attempted to order using the web, the shopping cart produces an error screen that lists only alpha-numeric are viable in all fields.  I place no extraneous symbols including periods, hyphens, decimal points or dollar signs, yet I cannot proceed.  My only option appears to be a phone order.  I have already sent an explanation of how to improve the error messages with direct screen highlights of problems, but it would be nice to have the web master check out my suggestions and make appropriate corrections so I can stop wasting personnel time with phone calls.

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 afternoon relaxation March 19, 2015
Reviewer: Steve Fox from Denver, CO United States  
A rich black tea with plum overtones, yet no infusion or blending to produce the fruity aftertaste.  Perfect for a winter's afternoon break.

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