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Definitions of hyson in various dictionaries:
noun - a Chinese green tea with twisted leaves
A type of Chinese green tea with twisted leaves.
noun - a Chinese tea
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Green tea type|
|Chinese green tea|
|Certain Chinese green tea|
|Chinese green tea variety|
|Certain green tea|
|A caddy may hold it|
|Green tea variety|
|Soothing hot drink also known as Lucky Dragon|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A type of Chinese green tea with twisted leaves.|
|a type of green China tea.|
|a Chinese green tea with twisted leaves|
|A type of green China tea.|
Hyson, or Lucky Dragon Tea, is a Chinese green tea that comes from the Anhui province of China. It is made from young leaves that are thinly rolled to have a long, twisted appearance that unfurls when brewed. The name Hyson is probably derived from a Cantonese name (Chinese: ; Jyutping: hei1ceon1caa4; literally: "flourishing spring tea"), although there are also anecdotal claims that it was named after an English tea merchant, Phillip Hyson. Hyson is graded into the following three categories: Mi Si, Cheng Si and Fu Si.|
* While hyson tea is often thought of as a low-grade or mediocre quality tea, young hyson is considered high quality. It is harvested earlier, "before the rains," and has a full-bodied, pungent taste and is golden in color. Young hyson tea is subdivided into Chun Mee (a hard, small, twisted leaf), Foong Mee (a long, large, curly leaf), Saw Mee (a small, non-hard, twisted leaf), and Siftings. It is also sometimes classified as First, Second, and Third Young Hyson. The Ch