Not my favorite, but I think that’s because I’m not fond of the rice-y touch to it.
“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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YAY LOOSE LEAF! Starbucks finally got smart and changed over to whole leaf teas from Tazo. Makes all the difference! China Green Tips is by far one of the most classic green teas I’ve tasted. Very bold grassy taste that says “I’m a green tea!”. Perfect straight. Put down that creamer & sugar!