The flavor profile is GRASSY and that’s the key word to latch onto. Kinda dull and tastes like sipping down a brewed cup of grass.
“I've really been in the mood for vegetal (non smoky or metallic) greens lately. Colour me suprised! So when I ordered this at "coffee" with a friend the other day, I found this oddly satisfying....” Read full tasting note
“I had a meeting today in Starbucks (I love that there's one just downstairs!) and wanted to get something from there since we were taking up their space. So, I went with China Green Tips. I can't...” Read full tasting note
“I'm still very new to teas, but after having a few of these leaf bags I have to say that the previous "tea dust" bags just don't cut it anymore. I can safely say that I'm done with tea bag tea's,...” Read full tasting note
“Backlog from earlier today/yesterday - I've drank it a lot lately. I spent this afternoon driving around the countryside, around Concord and Lexington - they're full of old fields and historical...” Read full tasting note
Hand Picked in the misty mountains of Zhejiang Province in China, this tea embodies the classic flavor of a fine green tea.
China Green Tips is fresh and lively tea with a light, creamy, vegetative taste balanced with lingering sweet, smooth finish.
Flavor profile: “grassy, vegetative, sweet, ricey.”
Ingredients: Blend of Mao Feng green teas.
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From what I have read it seems that this is not a favorite. I like this tea when I go to starbucks. I have it with steamed soy and sweetened. It’s a morning tea to me, I prefer not to have it in the evenings, so if I get a chance to stop at a starbucks in the am or early afternoon I choose the china green tips misto (misto=starbucks for using bagged tea to make a tea-latte).