Chun Mee Organic Green Tea is aromatic and sweet, its infusion gives a slightly bitter and deliciously refined cup. Its name means "old man's eyebrow", because it has small twisted leaves. What is the origin of Chun Mee green tea? Chun Mee green tea is mainly grown in the Jiangsu province in China. Organic Chun Mee green tea is very popular, it is a Chinese tea that can be drunk all day long, but also in the evening.
Infusion time 2-3 min
Time of day All day long
Quantity 12-15g / L
Chun Mee tea: the old man's eyebrow
Also known as Zhen Mei, China's organic Chun Mee green tea is characterized by small, finely rolled leaves. After infusion, Chun Mee produces an amber liquor with sweet and flowery notes and a slight taste of honey, plum or licorice, depending on the opinion. Like Gunpowder and Sencha green teas, Chun Mee lends itself very well to the preparation of mint tea.
Benefits and virtues of Chun Mee tea
Long consumed in China, Chun Mee green tea is appreciated not only for its flavor, but also for its health benefits. Like all green teas from China and Japan, it is rich in polyphenols known for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging properties. Like coffee and black tea, organic Chun Mee contains caffeine known for its positive effects on the central nervous system.
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How to prepare Chun Mee tea?
The preparation of Chun Mee is similar to most Japanese or Chinese green teas. To reduce its slight bitter taste without altering its flavors, Chun Mee can be rinsed with simmering water before infusion. To complete this information, note that this tea with its sweet and floral scent can be consumed plain or sweetened.
How much Chun Mee tea should I use?
To prepare a balanced and fragrant tea, measure 12 to 15 grams of loose organic Chun Mee leaves for one liter of water. For a standard cup, use about 3 grams. This is equivalent to 1 teaspoon of Chun Mee.
What is the ideal brewing temperature for Chun Mee tea?
To reveal its delicate flavors, your Chun Mee organic green tea requires a water temperature of 70-80°C and a brewing time of 2 to 3 minutes. Before brewing, remember to rinse your accessories, teapot and cup with boiling water.
When to drink Chun Mee tea?
Like most green teas, organic Chun Mee can be enjoyed at any time of the day, and even in the evening without worrying about sleep quality. In the summer, it can be included in the list of ingredients for delicious fruit-flavored iced teas.
Benefits of Chun Mee tea in bulk
Our Chun Mee green tea from China is organically grown and offered in bulk and packaged in a 100g zipper bag. For you, it is the guarantee of a high quality tea with impeccable freshness. Its price per kilo is much more affordable than individual bags, making it a very economical product.