October 21, 2014

Three green teas by TeaVivre

I appreciate the generosity of TeaVivre. The company has provided me with multiple samples of several types of green teas. The tea quality is very good. The label on each tea packet includes the place of harvest. Today I share with you three green teas: Huang Shan Mao Feng, Pi Lo Chun, and Bai Mu Dan.

The Nonpareil Te Gong Huang Shan Mao Feng was grown in She County, Huanshan, Anhui Province. The smell and taste were fruity. The leaves, curled when dry, are pretty.

The first Pi Lo Chun I drank was Huang Jian Lin's for Adagio Teas as part of the company's Roots Campaign. Read my review. TeaVivre's Pi Lo Chun was grown in on Dongting Maountain, Jiangsu Province.

TeaVivre's Organic Superfine Long Jing or Dragon Well has a classic appearance and aroma. I wonder if its organic status contributed to its good flavor. This tea was grown in Lin'an County, Hangzhou, Zheijang Province.

I have more teas from TeaVivre so watch this space for reviews. You can purchase the teas mentioned in this post on the TeaVivre website.


  1. Teavivre is definitely one of my go to's when it comes to Chinese greens. I love that their stuff is still reasonably affordable too.

    1. Georgia | Notes on Tea10/28/14, 9:03 AM

      Good tea at an affordable price is right, Nicole.


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