Green Bamboo | Zhu Ye Qing

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Green Tea
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Typical Preparation
Set water temperature to 185 °F / 85 °C
Steep for 2 min, 0 sec
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21 Tasting Notes View all

“Sipdown! 7-something-something. Thanks to Indigobloom for this one. Yeah… it’s odd. I’d be curious to try a fresher harvest, but… yeah this isn’t quite my cup of tea. It tastes a bit metallic, and...” Read full tasting note
“I had a cuppa this today. It was really odd. But, I have allergies/the flu or something nasty that’s opened up the gateway for a devilthing to take up residence in my throat. Sometimes it tickles...” Read full tasting note
“0.8 tbp for 248 ml Light crisp steamed vegetal tone. Light metallic hint. Spinach flavour on the finish and in aftertaste. Thanks to Indigobloom for sharing with me!” Read full tasting note
“I did not like this tea when I first tried and wondered how I was going to finish the bag. But it seems to have grown on me, so I will be able to finish it, just not as quickly as some of the other...” Read full tasting note


Zhu Ye Qing (or Bamboo green) is among the most prestigious Chinese green teas. It is produced in E-Mei mountain area of the Si-Chuan Province, south-west of China. The plantations are over 3000 meters above the sea level and covered by thick fog/mist for most of the year. The harvest of Zhu Ye Qing starts from 3-5 days before Qing-Ming season.

Experience the rich character of Zhu Ye Qing green tea with this extremely popular high quality tea. In addition to tea and food, Zhu Ye Qing is well-known for its panda bears, which contributes to naming this tea. The name comes from the dried tea shape and bamboo forest scent that gives you an overall refreshing feeling. This certified organic handmade tea is made mostly of tea buds picked during the early spring yielding a clean bright color and rich fresh taste that fills your mouth.

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