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Liuan leaf or Lu'an guapian *摰
Although the character "*" (literally: "six") is normally pronounced
"Li羅", in this case of Lu'an City it changes to "L羅" on account of the
local dialect. Yet many Chinese speaking people still call this tea by
using the liu, Liuan (Chinese: *摰; pinyin: Li羅 n).
Liuan leaf is a leaf type green tea with natural twist shape.
Other spellings: Liu'an; Lu'an; melon leaf; guapian.
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