Green Tea Chunmee 4011

Short Description:

The strips of Chunmee tea 4011 (french:Thé vert de Chine)are as fine as eyebrows. The functions are anti-aging,lower blood lipids,lose weight,prevent cancer and clear bad breath.It can improve indigestion.It mainly export to Algeria, Mauritania, Mali, Niger,Libya,Benin, Senegal,Burkina Faso,Côte d’Ivoire

Product Detail

Product name

Chunmee 4011

Tea series

Green tea chunmee


Sichuan Province, China




high aroma


mellow and fresh


25g, 100g, 125g, 200g, 250g, 500g, 1000g, 5000g for paper box or tin

1KG,5KG,20KG,40KG for wooden case

30KG,40KG,50KG for plastic bag or gunny bag

Any other packaging as customer's requirements are OK






Keep in dry and cool place for long-term storage


Africa, Europe, Middle East, Middle Asia


Quality certificate, Phytosanitary certificate,ISO,QS,CIQ,HALAL and others as requirements


Free sample

Delivery time

20-35 days after order details confirmed

Fob port


Payment terms


Chunmee tea has a bright flavor, light tangy sweetness, and a toasty warm clean aftertaste, making it an excellent green tea during the day or night, with a nice well-rounded flavor and aftertaste. Chunmee tea has been studied to observe the rate of infusion of caffeine. The study found that caffeine diffusion through the tea leaves is a greatly hindered process.

Do you know Niger?


The Republic of Niger is one of the landlocked countries in West Africa. It is named after the Niger River and its capital is Niamey. It borders Chad to the east, Nigeria and Benin in the south, Burkina Faso and Mali to the west, Algeria to the north, and Libya to the northeast. The total length of the border is 5,500 kilometers. Covering an area of 1,267,600 square kilometers, it is the least developed country in the world.

The total area is 1,267,000 square kilometers and the population is 21.5 million (2017). There are 5 main ethnic groups in the country: Hausa (56% of the national population), Djerma-Sanghai (22%), Pall (8.5%), Tuareg (8%) and Ka Nuri (4%). The official language is French.

Niger has a population of 21.5 million in 2017. The population density is 5 people per square kilometer. The population is mainly concentrated in Niamey and its surrounding areas. The population structure is relatively young, with people over 65 accounting for 2% of the total population.

More than 90% of residents believe in Islam, of which about 95% are Sunni and about 5% are Shia; the rest of the residents believe in primitive religion, Christianity, etc.

Holidays and customs taboos in Niger

1. Major holidays: January 1 is the New Year, April 24 is the National Harmony Day, May 1 is the Labor Day, August 3 is the Independence Day, and December 18 is the founding day of the Republic (National Day). In addition, Eid al-Fitr (October 1st in Islamic calendar) and Eid al-Adha (December 10th in Islamic calendar) are also national legal holidays.

2. Religion and customs: Niger is an Islamic country, and more than 90% of residents in the country believe in Islam. Niger is also a multi-ethnic country, with different ethnic customs and habits.

Nigerians have the custom of early marriage. Men are mostly married at 18-20 years old, while the standard marriage age for women is around 14 years old. Women generally do not wear veils, while Tuareg men wear veils after they are 25 years old. The Borolos of Niger have a custom of men's beauty pageants. Nigerians are taboo to sleep with their face facing east or sleep on their backs during the rainy season. The majority of Nigerians who believe in traditional religions are fetishists. They believe that all things have anims, believe that the sun, the moon, certain trees, mountains and rocks have gods, and worship them.

Special reminder: Muslims pray 5 times a day. Those who arrive in Niger for the first time should respect the religious customs of Islamic countries and do not interfere with or influence the prayer activities of the locals.

Main taboo

More than 90% of the residents of Niger believe in Islam, and no one is allowed to talk or laugh in mosques and other prayer occasions. They don’t like talking about pigs here, and avoid items with the pig logo. If you encounter a child with a pigtail on his head, it means that his father is deceased; if the pierces two, it means that his mother is dead. Many people are not interested in red, but like green and yellow.

Tea consumption in Niger

A5R1MA Tuareg drinking tea at homestead in the desert, Timbuktu, Mali

Nigerians generally drink tea during breaks after meals and during work. Tea can be said to be their inseparable drink. Even if they go out, they will bring a set of tea sets. People with high status are taken by their entourage, and most people take it by themselves, such as drivers who drive long-distance bus. Their tea set consists of the following things: a small stove made of iron wire, a small iron teapot, a tea pot, a sugar bowl, and a small glass cup. Use a piece of cloth and get it wherever you go.

According to the annual statistics of the World Tea Association, the import volume of tea in 2012 was about 4,000MT. There is a greater demand for mid-to-high-end green tea, such as 4011, 41022, 9371 and so on. There is almost no consumption of gunpowder tea in the entire country.

Tea packing

The most popular tea packing are 25g tea bags, and 250g and 100g paper bags are also popular among local consumers.

Niger's way of making tea

Tools: enamel pot, small glass, large glass, charcoal stove

1. Take 25g of tea, put them in an enamel pot (stainless steel pot) together with a large cup of water, and boil them with charcoal;

2. After the water has boiled for a long time, pour the tea soup into a large cup. If the tea soup is more than half a cup, you need to pour the tea soup into the teapot and cook until there is only half a cup of tea soup left, which is the first brew;

3. They have an iron cup, they put sugar (almost about 25g) and tea soup in the iron cup, and then put it on the charcoal fire to heat it, and then repeatedly pour the foam between the two cups; In the dumping room, the bottom of the cup is usually seen clean, and the bottom of the cup is usually dumped during this process;

4. Sharing tea is also particular. Put the pulled bubbles into small cups, and then share the tea, first to the elders, and then to the younger people.


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