A simple pleasure offering bold up-front flavour, with some astringency soon followed by a pleasant sweetness.
When you want an organic, everyday green tea to sip on, consider this an excellent option!
Origin & History
Chao Qing (炒青) is a generic term for the most common process to create green tea: pan-firing.
Millions of people in Asia favour this humble, healthy brew as their everyday drink.
This particular batch is processed as 'chun mee' (a famous style in Jiangxi) and farmed organically in the hills of Central Hunan Province.
- Tea: 4g / 1 tbsp
- Water: 240ml / 1 cup
Temperature: 75°C / 167°F
- Steep: 180 seconds