Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr
Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr
Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr
Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr
Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr

Organic Green Tea Jade Snail Wu Liang 40gr

Tea Soul

Each individual leaf of organic green tea Jade Snail Wu Liang is rolled in the shape of a snail ("Jade Snail" actually means "Jade Snail") around a bud and then cooked to stop oxidation, a process that gives this tea its distinctive roasted aroma.

The cup liquor has a distinct fresh and smooth taste. This organic tea comes from Zhengwan village, in the famous Puer Autonomous Province.

Tasting - Sight and Smell

The leaves of this Organic Jade Snail Wu Liang green tea are quite small, with shades ranging from dark green to military green and with many buds covered in white down. The shape, as the name suggests, is snail-like: leaves and buds are wrapped around themselves so tightly that they are at times reminiscent of the rolled leaves of a low-oxidation oolong. Once infused, the aromas they give off are sweet and delicate: corn, pumpkin, steamed carrot and bamboo shoots, then light floral notes and on the finish a very fresh herbaceous note. In the cup, the liquor is a soft yellow tending to pink.

Tasting Notes


The first brew of Organic Jade Snail Wu Liang green tea is extremely delicate and has sweet herbal notes with just a hint of umami. The aftertaste is fresh and herbaceous, almost balsamic, with a hint of herbs and thyme. With the second brew, a fruity note of ripe pear and a slight roastiness appears, suggesting sweet nuts, such as almonds. A slight astringency is evident on the finish. The third infusion extracts a stronger umami, with herbaceous notes of arugula and a slight bitterness in the background. The body is light and glides down the throat like silk. In persistence, especially after the last few infusions, floral notes and hints of mountain herbs pop up again.


The first notes of Organic Jade Snail Wu Liang green tea are vegetal and rather sweet: reminiscent of peas and fresh broad beans. Subsequently, more intense notes, always very sweet, of baked squash and steamed carrots can be picked up, while the body of the tea proves light and silky on the palate, free of astringency or bitterness. The finish is sweet and mildly floral, with a sugary hint of green tomato compote lingering.

Location of origin

Zhengwan - Puer, China


We strongly recommend infusing Jade Snail Wu Liang organic green tea in the traditional Chinese method (gong fu cha) to best enjoy these leaves. Following this preparation, 3 grams of leaves (about 2 teaspoons) can be used in a gaiwan of about 100 ml to obtain multiple infusions with different tastes. After a quick rinse of the leaves in water at 95°C you can proceed with an initial infusion of 10 seconds and, after that, keeping the water at the same temperature, proceed with multiple infusions increasing the time each time by 5 seconds (10 - 15 - 20 ...).

For a classic preparation according to the Western style we recommend 2 grams of leaves (about 1 teaspoon) in a 150 ml cup with water at 95°C for an infusion time of one and a half minutes.

The tea can be filtered for ease when tasting and also the infusion times given above here are meant to be purely indicative so you can also adjust according to your personal taste.

We recommend storing in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.


Each box contains 20 servings of 2gr each.

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