Shuysyan - how much of this word for the heart of Russian ...

Posted by xlix 04/11/2014 0 Comment(s)

Chinese tea Shuysyan name is spelled like this: 水仙. A translated as "daffodil". This is one of the most popular teas in China. The Chinese themselves know this tea, love, and often even idolize. And, believe me, is for what! 

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Shuysyan tea grown and processed tea farmers on plantations located around the city of Wuyi. 

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Shuysyan - it's incredibly fragrant tea. Its flavor, it just - Ogogo! Strong. Sure. Understandable. 

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Taste - a harmonious and balanced. A little tart, a little slastinki little "cherry" little "apples", a bit of smoke and pine needles. About the smoke - I'm not random. This tea, as well as many oolong, roasted on the wood. 

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Shuysyan honestly stand five or six infusions. After the sixth, he begins to "slow down". If you feel that tea slows down more and more - stop. Do not need to drink. Brew better new. This tea is worthy to drink only the finest tea leaves.

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