Huoshan Huangya tea
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|Other names||Huo Mountain Yellow Sprout|
|Origin||Anhui Province, China|
|Quick description||Refreshing bamboo-like fragrance.|
Huoshan Huangya tea (simplified Chinese: 霍山黄芽; traditional Chinese: 霍山黃芽; pinyin: huòshān huángyá; pronounced [xwô.ʂán xwǎŋ.jǎ]) is a yellow tea from Huoshan County of Anhui Province in China. It is an imperial tribute tea, that dates back to the Ming Dynasty. The dry tea leaves have a shiny appearance and are very similar to Huang Shan Mao Feng tea. When steeped, the tea has a very peppery and fresh taste as well as an unusual green-yellow color. As with most bud teas, the color and fragrance are slight.
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