Every spring, as it has been for thousands of years, the first flushes of high-grown Mao Feng teas are plucked and quickly steamed to preserve a creamy, vegetative taste that heralds the return of life after the cold winter. Some of these teas are lucky enough to become TAZO® CHINA GREEN TIPS. The truly fortunate ones are here in your hands.
DID YOU KNOW? Tazo® China Green Tips is made from a tea known as Mao Feng. In Chinese, this means "hairy crab" - an odd-but-wonderful description of the twisted and rolled dry leaf.
The Way of Tazo: More karma, less carbon. Our blending facility offsets 100% of its power use with wind renewable energy credits, saving 1.5 million pounds of CO2 emissions a year. To see more ways Tazo practices good karma, visit tazo.com/csr.
1. Bring some fresh, filtered water to a boil. 2. For hot tea, place one Tazo® filterbag in your cup, mug or gourd. 3. Pour 8 fl oz of water over the filterbag. 4. Steep for 5 minutes while contemplating your favorite eternal mysteries.
If iced tea is your desire, use two filterbags, steep normally, and then pour over ice.