You can buy a jasmine tea almost anywhere you go in the world but if you want a quality Jasmine tea look no further.
The leaves are a bit darker then some of the other Chun Mee teas I’ve had but its a perfect base to scent with jasmine.
The dry leaf gives off only a slight hint of the flavor to come, while the wet leaf has somewhat of a smoky smell. The liquid flavor of the jasmine is light but in a good way. T
hose who have sensitive palettes or prefer lighter teas will definitely enjoy this cuppa. Chun Mee is a Chinese green tea. Also known as precious eyebrows because of the way it looks after it is rolled and dried.
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Green
Where to Buy: The Tea Guy
A classic and smooth China eyebrow tea in a pure organic form. The fresh scent of jasmine does not overwhelm the tea like some jasmines, but with the fragrant chun mee, the balance between floral and green tea notes are divine. The flowers have never touched this tea, just their overwhelming fragrance.