Green Tea

 

Green tea

To produce green tea, leaves are harvested, withered, and then heated through steaming (Japanese style) or pan-firing (Chinese style). This process halts oxidation so the leaves retain their color and delicate, fresh flavor.

 
 
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Green Mango Peach

Superior green tea leaves blended with cooling peppermint leaves, the heady nectar of mangos and the lush, succulent sweet taste of peach for a sunny indulgent cup.


Jasmine Green

Rare and exceptional Yin Hao green tea is married with intoxicatingly fragrant jasmine blossoms. The scenting of the tea is a meticulous process taking several days, resulting in an exquisite cup of sublime, sweet flavor.

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Lemon Sorbetti

Based on Italy's most celebrated sorbet, this green tea is married with fragrantly fresh citrus and the sweetness of wildflower honey. A delicious taste of dessert any time of the day.


Cherry Marzipan

Special reserve green tea with the tart-sweet lushness of acerola cherries and the depth of nutty toasted almond.

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Cucumber Mint

Special reserve green tea with invigorating cool notes of cucumber fruit and fresh mint, with the taste of sweet, succulent blueberries.


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Honey Yuzu

Special reserve green tea with bright exotic citron flavor of sweet-tart yuzu.