Ginger Green - 2 oz (56 g, approx. 19 cups)

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Preparation:
Use 1 heaping tsp per 7-9 oz water @180'F. Steep 3 minutes. Re-infuse up to 3 times. Do not remove the leaves from the cup until the flavor of the tea is exhausted. Milk & sugar NOT recommended
Food Pairing:
Spicy Asian inspired dishes

Looking for a spicy antioxidant boost? Look no further! Our Ginger Green true wellness tea not only brings you the antioxidant punch of Kenyan green and Japan Sencha teas, both known for their high polyphenol counts, but also the goodness of pure dried ginger. Ginger, which is full of volatile oils and other healthy compounds has been prized the world over for its nourishing and therapeutic qualities for millennia. Culinary use of ginger goes back so far it was first written about in Sanskrit, one of the world’s first written languages. The happy marriage of mighty ginger and our fantastic blend of green tea produced a pungent, soothing, and healthful cup, perfect for sipping any time of day. This tea makes an ideal companion to spicy Asian inspired dishes. 

Ingredients From: Kenya / China / Thailand Region(s): Kericho / Hunan Province / Sing Buri Grade(s): Limuru #1 Sencha Growing Altitudes: 200 – 6500 feet above sea level Manufacture Type(s): Tea : Non fermented, Rotovane & Traditional steamed, pan dried and polished. Cup Characteristics: Exceptional green tea flavor with sweet ginger finish. Just like a walk through a tea estate in the middle of a Bangkok ginger market. (If one existed!) Infusion: Rich green – mixed displaying ‘natural tea’ format. Luxury Ingredients: Green tea, Ginger, and Sunflower & Calendula petals. Information: Looking for a spicy antioxidant boost? Look no further! Ginger Green true wellness tea not only brings you the antioxidant punch of Kenyan green and Japan Sencha teas, both known for their high polyphenol counts, but also the goodness of pure dried ginger. So, what’s so good about ginger? We’re glad you asked. In addition to having an exceptional antioxidant count of its own, ginger has been considered as something of a panacea for millennia in almost every corner of the globe. In ancient Chinese medical texts, ginger was reported to cure everything from coughs to the common cold. The ancient Romans baked ginger into bread and ate it at the end of meals to aid digestion. In India, ginger to this day is made into a paste that is rubbed on the temples to ease headaches.

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  • 5
    So sippin' good!

    Posted by LC on 13th Mar 2014

    If you love green tea, you will love this one with a hint of ginger. Excellent....a perfect blend.