Brew up a cup of sunshine! The invigorating and flavorful Sunshine Lemongrass Loose Leaf Tea blend combines four tea leaves to create a unique tasting experience.
Jasmine green tea is scented with the aroma of fragrant jasmine blossoms, which delivers a fresh, floral twist on traditional pure green tea. Additionally, the strong presence of jasmine inspires calm to soothe your spirit from the first inhale to the last sip.
ingredients -- Jasmine green tea, green tea, lemon myrtle, lemongrass Floral Blend. Jasmine green tea and lemongrass combine to create a light, floral blend. Citrus Finish. This summery loose leaf tea finishes with a touch of sunshine in a bright, citrus twist. Naturally Sweet. The unsweetened lemongrass tea has natural notes of honey sweetness. Antioxidant Rich. Invigorate your mind and relieve tension with a healthy drink that is packed with vital antioxidants. Loose Leaf Tea. Steep this, non-GMO loose leaf tea blend in hot water for a quick, invigorating cup or cold water to create a flavorful, floral batch of cold brew tea.
For a hot cup of tea that calms and soothes with a touch of summer bliss any time of year, steep 2 grams per 8 ounces of water for 4 to 6 minutes.
Create a lemongrass ice tea by steeping 3 grams per 8 ounces of water for 4 to 6 hours. Cold brew tea is exceptionally refreshing in a cool glass with a powerful wash of flavor.
Single serving: Cold: 1.5 tsp (3 g) per 8 oz water, steep 4-6 hours Hot: 1 tsp (2 g) per 8 oz water, steep 4-6 minutes Share with friends: Cold brew at 48 grams per gallon of water, steep at least 4 hours.
Keemun First Grade Black: One of the boldest black teas on the planet, Keemun (also spelled Qimen) is famed for its heady mix of nutty earthiness and floral notes. The flavor is savory and sweet, with a lasting finish.
Tea Origin: Anhui, China Cultivar: Qi Men Zhu Ye Qi Harvest: March-May
Darjeeling Black: Unlike most orthodox Darjeelings, this version is an impressively tippy full leaf tea. Grown at approximately 1,600 meters, this exceptional brew yields a honey sweet cup with a characteristic muscatel grape note and hints of aromatic wood. A light malty taste rounds out the cup.
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