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Net Weight: 100 grams (3.5 ounces)
Storage : stored in a dry place and no direct sunshine
Packaging：We will use sealed, tin-foil packaging. It can keep fresh a long time
Suggested Usage: Use between one and two teaspoons of leaves per cup of 75-85 degree water (167-185 fahrenheit) for up to 3-5 minutes.
Mao Feng, 'hairy mountain tea' in Chinese, is one of Chinese green tea classes, indicated by its straight and sturdy leaves and unsophisticated style.
Listed the 3rd celebrated green tea in China, only after Dragon Well and Bi Luo Chun, its production followed restrictive rules. There are four grades in this tea. The first grade is harvested around the end of March, and the second to fourth grades are cropped afterwards. There are three procedures in its making - withering, hand-rolling, and roasting.
About Mount Emei
Emei-Shan is a lush and tall sacred mountain dotted with twenty active temples and monestaries linked by hundreds of thousands of stairs. It has been one of the Middle Kingdom's four Buddhist Mountains since the advent of Buddhism in China and is nowadays a popular pilgrimage site. In season, you will share the path with people of all ages and all walks of life attempting the arduous climb of more than 2500m elevation gain. Despite the boisterous activity at the temples, shrouded in clouds of incense, the mountain is vast so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy without disturbances the scenic views over precipituous crags, and the beautiful forest of pine, fir, and cedar trees. Emei-Shan is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Emei is in Sichuan, 200km south of Chengdu, and can be reached by train.