At the end of a shaded trail, will you choose the sauna or the hot spring?
Linger in the pure, steam-fired broth of this first-flush green tea thinking clear, peaceful thoughts. Like watching mist rise off a thermal spring, hidden behind a wooded glen and only accessible by trampoline.
The liquor of a green tea is typically a green or yellow color, and flavors range from toasty, grassy (pan-fired teas) to fresh and streamed greens (steamed teas) with mild astringency.
Did You Know?
Tazo® China Green Tips is made from a tea known as Mao Feng, which in Chinese translates loosely as "hair tip" — an apt description of the twisted and rolled dry leaf.
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A very enjoyable tea both chilled and hot, no after taste.
If you're looking for a truly amazing, great tasting Green tea, then you've found it! I love this tea, helps to relax me and out of all the other green tea's I've tried, this is by far the best one! To bad you can't find it in the Starbuck stores, but at least it's still online for now.
I love the Tazo Teas but my favorite is China Green Tips. Just a great green tea without the mint as nothing needs to be added to make this tea enjoyable. Can't get it in the stores anymore so I am stocking up for home.
Just love the flavor of this China Green Tips tea..
With my first taste of this tea, it became my
favorite green tea.
I love this tea - purchased over 25 tins as gifts for my morning tea ceremony for my wedding, but was slightly disappointed when more then half of the tins were dented when they arrived. Other then that issue, the tea has great flavor!
Love green tea so much. Taste good and surely will get another one after finished.
Very often the green teas that I try in bags are just not very...well... green tea-tasting. They lack that grassy, bright flavor. However, the China Tips Green Tea hits on the mark with a great clean green taste that is balanced between bitter and sweet (if you don't over-steep it!).
This tea isn't quite the "lively" tea they mention in the description. It's subtle, and a bit boring. It's tea, it tastes fine, and it goes great with breakfast. It's just green tea, not much else.