Please excuse my lack of visiting your blogs, I am in the midst of a few projects taking up my time. I will catch up with you all soon again.
Alison at Teavivre in China contacted me and asked if I would like to test some of their Chinese green teas. Naturally being the tea enthusiast that I am, I jumped at the opportunity.
I have had Chinese tea before with the most enjoyable being jasmine tea so was excited to receive my samples and was eager to get taste testing.
Please bare in mind the following is my layman explanation of these teas. You can view the Teavivre website for any health benefits, caffeine content, their origin and pricing etc.
I noted these teas are meant to have a sweet undertone and mostly an orchid aroma. I found them all to be what I would call savoury.
First up was the Bi Luo Chun Green Tea (Pi Lo Chun)
Second up was the Organic Superfine Dragon Well Long Tin Green Tea
Then it was onto the Lu Shan Uum Wu Green Tea
Next up was the Non Pareil te Gong Huang Shn Mao Feng Green Tea
Finally it was The Premium Tai Ping Hou Kui Green Tea
I was not remunerated or asked to do a review on these teas. I did a this post as a courtesy after receiving the tea.