Hyson

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 likely a Chinese name meaning `flourishing spring` (熙春茶). However, some believe it was named after an English tea .....
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Hyson

• (n.) A fragrant kind of green tea.
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hyson

noun a Chinese green tea with twisted leaves
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Hyson

Hy'son noun [ Chin. hi-tshun , lit., first crop, or blooming spring.] A fragrant kind of green tea. Hyson skin , the light and inferior leaves separated from the hyson by a winnowing machine. M‘Culloch.
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Hyson

A Chinese term meaning flourishing spring associated with green teas, and a brand of tea popular in the eighteenth century.
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Hyson

A type of Chinese green tea meaning 'flourishing spring'. Young Hyson is this type of tea which is
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hyson

[n] - a Chinese green tea with twisted leaves
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