Chinese Misty Green Tea

Regular price £4.49
(18p per cup)

-205 in stock

An elegant Chinese green tea extremely well suited for cold infusion.

Cost per cup based on 2g of tea per 150ml of water and 2 infusions.

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Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea
Chinese Misty Green Tea

Tasting Notes

Sweet and grassy with soft vegetal notes.  Chlorophyllic on the nose with an incredibly clean scent.


As a refreshing cold infusion, for the best results use 6g of tea per litre of water.

For a hot infusion use 2g of tea per 150ml of water.


For a cold infusion, use room temperature filtered water, and place in the fridge after mixing.

For a hot infusion use 70°C (158°F) water.


Cold: infuse for 8 hours (or overnight).

For a hot infusion, steep for 1 - 2 minutes, tasting regularly.


You can infuse this tea at least twice.  With each careful infusion, different subtleties of flavour are revealed.

Origin & Craft

Misty Green Tea comes the mountains of Jinhua, Zheijang province, at the heart of some of the finest tea growing regions in the world, with Hangzhou to the North and Fujian and Anhui to the South.

The region is deeply forested and over 80% of the terrain is hillside and mountain. The high altitudes and subtropical climate result in warm temperatures and delicate mists that protect and nurture the tea.

Farmed according to ancient tradition, without chemical fertilisers, pesticides or insecticides, this is a beautifully clean, bright tea.

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