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    • Translation from Chinese: Shan Qing Shui Xiu Place, Date of Production: China, 2024 Type: Herbal Tea (Kuding) Appearance: Long, twisted dark green leaves Infusion Color: Clear, pale yellow Aroma: Herbal, fresh, slightly bitter Taste: Strong, bitter, with a hint of sweetness Aftertaste: Refreshing, with a lingering bittersweet note Best Brewing Vessel: Glass or ceramic teapot, gaiwan, with water at 80-90°C
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Kudin – 苦丁茶 – is very popular among the Chinese. This is a drink made not from tea leaves. As a raw material for its production, dried leaves of broad-leaved holly growing in southern China are used, resembling oak leaves.

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