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ginseng green

ginseng green

Fresh and crisp green tea from China with the energizing flavor of ginseng, accented with dried ginger. Sweet, earthy green aroma, notes of fresh hay and delicately spicy herbs. Pleasantly bittersweet without being medicinal. Soothing, soft finish. A very grounding cup of tea.

Steep at 180° for 2-3 minutes.

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ginseng green teabags

Filled with the same high quality, full-leaf teas offered loose, our tea bags have a distinctive pyramid shape that gives leaves plenty of room to unfurl and fully infuse for the finest cup of tea. Savor the superior flavor of loose tea without sacrificing the convenience of a teabag.

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15 full leaf pyramids
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ingredients & lore

blended with green tea, natural ginseng flavor and ginger root
Ginseng was discovered 5,000 years ago in the mountainous region north of China, called Manchuria. It quickly became revered for its strength-giving and rejuvenating powers, becoming a symbol of divine harmony. By the third century China was sending much of its prized silk to Korea in exchange for the wild root. Eventually, the demand for ginseng outstripped all available wild supply, and Korea began a commercial cultivation of ginseng, which continues to this day. Ginseng root is also grown in the US; some sold domestically, but the bulk destined for China.
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A handmade work of Chinese art, with a tradition going back thousands of years. This pot is made from rare zi sha clay (purple sand), which is found only in the city of Yixing, in Jiangsu province. These often elaborate and whimsical pots are traditionally used for gongfu steeping, where tea is served in small cups over the course of many very short infusions. Ideal teas for this are oolongs and puerhs, although some black teas will be quite love... read more...
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