A light, refreshing and pleasantly toasty green tea from some of the world's best plantations. Silky pyramid tea bags. Family owned since 1849. Our family has been dedicated to exploring and blending extraordinary teas for over 160 years. Our journey began in Moscow in 1849, where Klonimus Wissotzky opened his business and became the exclusive tea purveyor to the Russian Emperor. As our company grew, we traveled to the tea gardens of the world to source the finest whole leaf teas, creating exceptional blends that have earned numerous awards from the connoisseurs of Europe and Asia. We are proud to introduce Wissotzky Tea to discerning tea drinkers in North America. This Signature Collection of black, green, white and herbal teas represents the very best of our family journey. We hope you'll love drinking our teas as much as we love making them for you. K. Wissotzky. www.wtea.com. Timeless green tea. 100% pure green tea carefully chosen from the best highland plantations. Dried shortly after being pricked, the tea leaves retain their light greenish color and preserve their naturally beneficial antioxidants. Delightfully invigorating with a slightly toasty aroma. Each silky pyramid tea bag contains loose whole leaves and flowers, providing robust flavors and an intoxicating aroma. True indulgence. All natural ingredients. Rich in antioxidants. Caffeine content per cup (average mg per 8 oz. cup): Herbal tea: 0 mg. Green tea: 15 mg. Black tea: 45 mg. Coffee: 130 mg.
16 - 0.09 oz (2.5 g) tea bags [1.4 oz (40 g)] x 6
Allow freshly boiled water to cool slightly before pouring over the teabag and leave the tea tag out. Brew for 3-5 minutes or until the beverage reaches desired strength. Add milk, sugar or sweetener as desired. Store in an airtight container.
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