hyson


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

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