Huang Meigui tea
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|Other names||Yellow Rose|
|Origin||Wuyi Mountains, Fujian Province, China|
|Quick description||New cultivar|
Huang Meigui (Chinese: 黃玫瑰; pinyin: huáng méiguī; pronounced [xwǎŋ měi.kwéi]) is a very new Wuyi oolong tea, developed c. 2002. It has a highly aromatic fragrance and a lighter floral taste than most other Wuyi oolongs.
The colour of the steeped leaves is a very light green, much greener than other Wuyi teas.
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