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A grass or hay taste associated with teas that have been under withered during manufacture and sometimes referred to as 'woody'.
Used to describe whole-leaf Orthodox tea grades, often referred to as well 'made' or 'rolled'.
Leaf appearance of a well-twisted, thin, long leaf.
The first stage of tea manufacture in the tea factory. Plucked leaf is spread on tables or trays and left to wither in the natural warm air. Today, in some tea factories this process is aided by warm air fans built under the withering area.