Green Mist - Quing Wu

A lively, refreshing green.

Green Mist, Qing Wu, is our proprietary blend of 3 pan fired, spring-pick green teas.  Selected for their respective flavors and curled leaf shapes, our Mist offers a naturally vegetal and herbaceous cup. You will note a bit of tension between the natural sweetness and a hint of astringency. This is offered to create a lively, refreshing taste with a pleasing pucker to the finish.  

Tea Facts
It is made with 3 varieties of green tea grown in Fujian Province. We think each contributes a characteristic to the aroma and flavors of the tea creating a complex, vegetal sweet and grassy cup. All 3 are pan-fired creating the sweetness you will note in the liquor.

Tasting Notes
This tea is vegetal sweet with rich notes of grassiness. Sweet, full-bodied, there of astringency underneath its overriding sweetness. It is an excellent choice as an everyday green tea!

Brewing suggestions
Use 3 grams for 8 ounces of water at a temperature of 185 - 195 degrees F. Steep for 2-2.5 minutes for a full sweet cup. Multiple steeps will be yielded.

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Qīng wù 青雾
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  • 4
    Mellow, but flavorful

    Posted by M.T. on 5th Apr 2020

    Subtly earthy. There's also a definite pleasant "green" or vegetal taste but it's not astringent or sharp. Very pleasant and drinkable.

  • 4
    Refreshing, great mouthfeel, not bitter or too vegetal

    Posted by Linda Maylott on 25th Jul 2018

    I love this tea. Someone said in another review it's their morning go-to tea, and I agree with that sentiment. I'm no connoisseur so I can't offer comments in the industry lingo, but it is not an overly strong taste, no rough feel in the throat, very smoothe, sweet. I don't like many green teas because they are too astringent and often too vegetal or grass-like for me. I tend to like Oolongs. This one is close to an oolong, perhaps slightly more oxidized than normal green teas? Anyway, a wonderful tea for sure. I find a washing steep is good to take out the astringency and open the flavors up.

  • 4
    great start to the day

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2017

    This is my everyday first cup of the day. It is smooth and soothing. I look forward to it every morning.