Very limited in production every year ! It makes the tea is so rare and hard to find. This batch is from 2014 spring, it is very fresh that you can smell the freshness without opening the sealed bag.
Jun Shan Yin Zhen, Jun Shan translates Gentle Mountain. This tea grows in the middle of the DongTing Lake, where JunShan Mountain is. Finest JunShan YinZhen like this one is suppose to be very thin and tiny like needles. That's why it is call YinZhen(needle).
JunShan Yin Zhen is a type of yellow tea, its loose tea leaves looks very organize. There are not much size differences among every single tea leaf.
Since the TanDynasty, 1000 years ago, Chinese start making this special tea. Legend indicates, WenCheng Princess from the Tang Dynasty, took this rare tea with her to Tibet when she married to SongZhan GanBu (King of Tibet).
WenCheng Princess also introduce the precious Chinese civilization and culture to Tibetans when Tibet was an under developed area.
People in Tibet admire the princess very much because of her kindness.
Suggested Health Benefits:
Yellow tea is rich in polyphenols, amino acids, soluble sugar, rich in vitamins and other nutrients.
Mild to the stomach, may help improve appetite and help digestion.
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