Tazo Chun Mee Green Tea Review

Tazo Chun Mee (Pan-Fired) Green Tea Brewing in a MugThis organic green tea, also marketed by Tazo as Pan-Fired Green, is a very easy green tea to enjoy for the uninitiated. I’ve gotten good results by bringing water to a boil, letting it cool for one minute, poring it over the tea bag, and allowing it to steep for three minutes.

The tea gives off a sweet seaweed and roasted aroma. Its body is heavier than most green teas I’ve had, but it goes down easy — never bitter when I follow the above method.

The tasted is smooth and slightly buttery with mild acidity. This is going to be my go-to green tea for work and travel.

Aroma: Vegetal, seaweed, roasted
Body: Medium
Flavor: Smoother, buttery, mildly acidic
Color: Yellowish green
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Author: Leo Kapusta

Leo enjoys pursuing his interests in writing, web design, yoga, internet marketing, and denim. Of all the useless degrees he holds, he is most proud of his Bachelor of Science in Radio-Television-Film (Mass Communication Sequence) from the University of Texas at Austin.

2 thoughts on “Tazo Chun Mee Green Tea Review”

  1. this used to be my fav tea and noticed they change the product. not only just the name and packaging but the tea is different too. it doesn’t have that creaminess anymore. anyone else noticed?

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