Literally it means "golden horse eyebrow" or usually known as "Golden Monkey"
Due to the strict harvest window in early spring and meticulous oxidation process, only a limited batch of leaves can be produced every year in China. Historically it was viewed as one of the most prestigious tea that can be priced at $120 per once. Similar to the variety Lapsang Souchong, Jin Jun Mei has a more delicate fruity and flowery flavor with long lasting sweet finish.
We recommend you avoid using scalding hot water, since it may burn the delicate leaves too fast and result in bitter and tannic flavors.
Ingredients: black tea.
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