Organic Chun Mee Green Tea

$6.00 

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Organic Chun Mee Green Tea
Mrs Doyle's Organic Chun Mee Green Loose Leaf Tea was found growing in southeastern China near the river Yangtze
Mrs Doyle's Organic Chun Mee Green Loose Leaf Tea was found growing in southeastern China near the river Yangtze

Mrs Doyle's organic Chun Mee tea has a really lovely taste with a tangy aroma accompanied by slight sweetness. The first cup of this tea is strong, and the second cup is a much milder brew. 

Ingredients:  Organic Chun Mee Green Tea

 

How to make ?

 5-10 minutes
¬†80¬į C
 3-4 heaped tblsp./1 litre
All of Mrs Doyle's organic teas are grown in conditions where no pesticides or insecticides are used in their cultivation and  comply with the EU regulation (EC) No 834/2007 and the commission regulation (EC) No 889/2008  and are of course ethically sourced. 
Back story :
In China, Chun Mee tea is very popular and its tradition is very old. Chun mee tea has influenced the western tea lover's idea of loose leaf green tea for many years. Chun Mee means "valuable brow", and the leaf is in the shape of the eyebrow of a classical Chinese princess.
All our loose-leaf teas are very carefully selected, and we promise to deliver really delicious blends that every tea drinker will enjoy. If you are just discovering the fantastic world of tea or are a tea enthusiast for many years, then our great selection of loose-leaf teas and herbal infusions are guaranteed to give you great peace and enjoyment to all your mornings, afternoons, or evenings. We have a very large selection of hand picked loose teas, from all categories, which include black tea and green tea, single origin tea, chai tea, single origin tea, herbal tea and caffeine-free tea. We have so many great teas to choose from, every type of all tea lover will be definitely be satisfied. 
Organic Chun Mee Green Tea
Mrs Doyle's Organic Chun Mee Green Loose Leaf Tea was found growing in southeastern China near the river Yangtze
Mrs Doyle's Organic Chun Mee Green Loose Leaf Tea was found growing in southeastern China near the river Yangtze

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