Chun mee – Chun mee tea – Chun mee green tea

Chun Mee falls under the category of green teas. It is produced in Chinese provinces Anhui, Jiang Xi, Zhejiang, Yunnan. For many Chinese ...

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Chun Mee falls under the category of green teas. It is produced in Chinese provinces Anhui, Jiang Xi, Zhejiang, Yunnan. To make this tea only leaf buds long up to 10 mm are picked. Each leaf is long, but small. In China, these leaves are gently rolled and bent. For many Chinese people Chun Mee is the tea they drink every day. The beverage is a little more sour and less sweet than other green teas, and some smoke is felt in the taste. Other names for this tea are Hen Chun Mei, Mee Cha.

Preparation – of Formosa chun mee tea

Preparation of Formosa chun mee tea

  1. Heat the water up to 80°C.
  2. Put 1 bag in one cup. If tea is not in bags, then put one teaspoon.
  3. Pour the water in the cup.
  4. Leave the water for 3-4 minutes.
  5. You can start drinking this everyday Chinese beverage.

Additives to the prepared – chun mee tea

Additives to the prepared chun mee tea

It is not recommended to use milk or sugar as an additive. With this tea you can serve fish and other seafood, and some cheeses such as Gorgonzola. In particular, it is recommended to drink this tea in the summer with a barbecue and lots of fruit.

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