Green Tea

Green Tea

Scientific Name – Camellia sinensis

£4.80

Green tea for me is a rather bizarre one, I have tried many green teas over the years and it took me a while to find the right one where the flavour was delicate and that didn’t give me stomach problems, I thought that was just me till I started speaking to more people.

Green teas flavour as with all teas depends on the soil and environment, this green tea is grown in the mountains of iran, it really is a light a gentle flavour and perfect for helping you get through the day, you can tell the quality of the tea through the pearling of the leaves and the delicate taste.

Many researchers and nutritionists believe that green tea is a good alternative to black tea. It os high in antioxidants, it may help in weight loss due to increasing the metabolism, it can help with bad breath by removing bad bacteria in the mouth as well as stimulating the activity of the brain.

For freshness, it is best to put green tea in a dark container and keep it in a dark place away from light and moisture.

Did you know

When the tea leaves are picked, they are immediately exposed to oxygen and begin the fermentation process.

 

Ingredients: Iranian Green Tea

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Brewing Instructions

As with all teas how strong you like it is a personal preference, To brew green tea for each person, pour 1 teaspoon of green tea into the teapot and add 1 glass of hot water at 80 to 85 degrees. Leave the teapot lid on for 7 to 8 minutes. Then drink it. Green tea, like black tea, does not need to be brewed on heat.