2-4 grams at a time; infuse at 80C (176F) for 1 minute; gradually increase steeping time for subsequent infusions.
China's ten most popular teas include Huangshan Mao Feng from the Huangshan Mountain area. Precipitation levels on the mountain are high, causing tea bushes there to flourish. A legend attributes the year-round rain and mist to the tears of a young woman who wept for a slain lover. She cried until she became the rain. The body of her man is believed to have been transformed into the first tea bush. These leaves release an exquisite flavor, as well as an aroma hinting of magnolias. Huangshan Mao Feng is a tea worthy of sharing at any occasion.