Chun Mee (Zhen mei) means “precious eyebrows” in Chinese and is called so due to the unique shape of each leaf. It is pan-fried and hand-rolled into leaves resembling eyebrows. Chun Mee originates from three regions in China – Jiangxi Province, Zhejiang Province and Anhui Province. It is farmed at high elevation – approx. 1000m (3,281ft) in mountainous terrain and a subtropical and humid climate.
Taste Profile: Brisk and often smoky, not sweet but smooth on the palate.
Drunk regularly Chun Mee may improve cardiovascular health, support cogitative function, boost metabolism, maintain healthy skin and dental health and reduce the risk of developing Type ll Diabetes.