Authentic Chinese tea. Full of flavor & aroma. High in antioxidants. 100% organic. USDA organic. Individually wrapped for freshness. Estate grown. Organic and Pure brings you the finest Organic Green Tea from China, a country known for its high quality green teas. To create this minimally fermented tea with its light green color and natural sweetness our tea is hand picked from the choicest leaves. This tea is estate grown which, like fine wines, means that it is grown and processed right at our plantations for exquisite freshness. Recorded in history as one of the first beverages, green tea has been the choice drink of monks and royalty for over 4000 years. Green Tea is also considered by many as one of the healthiest beverages on Earth. Organic and Pure Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) begins as young tender leaf buds, plucked fresh at the height of potency and flavor. Each leaf is simply steamed, rolled, and gently flash-dried to hold in the delicate flavor and aroma. So enjoy Organic and Pure Tea today, we guarantee you'll like it. No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. No artificial flavors or additives. Oxygen bleached tea bags. 20-35 mg of caffeine per cup. www.organicandpuretea.com. Certified organic by QAI, Inc. Quality Assurance International. Made in the USA.
100 Organic & Pure
40 bags [2.26 oz (64 g)] x 6
40 per pack
Store in a cool, dry place. Hot Serving: Use one bag per cup; heat water to just below boiling point (175 degrees F/80 degrees C). Brew for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove tea bag from cup. Add sweetener if desired. Iced Serving: For one quart of iced tea, pour 2 cups of boiling water over 4 tea bags. Brew 3 to 4 minutes. Remove tea bags. Add 2 cups of cold water and chill. Serve when tea is chilled to desired iced temperature.
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