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Dry leaf of a mao jian green tea from Jiangsu province, China

Xinyang Mao Jian (Simplified Chinese: 信阳毛尖; Traditional Chinese: 信陽毛尖; pinyin: Xìn yáng máo jiān), literally "Xinyang downy tip", is a green tea originally and most famously in Xinyang, Henan province, China. Now, however, the mao jian leaf style is produced in other areas as well; sometimes these are also called "Xinyang" despite being from somewhere else because they are "in the style of Xinyang."

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