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Gaining popularity due to all of the potential health benefits green teas are non oxidized keeping the leaf green, the liquor light, and the taste mild. Green tea undergoes only minimal oxidation during processing, making it a rich source of antioxidants and other beneficial compounds. Best steeped with water under a boil for about 3 minutes green teas, brewed in this way, have the least amount of caffeine about, 1/15th as much as the same size cup of coffee.

Jade Journey
A opportunity to broaden your discovery with the very best of green teas of superior quality loose leaf teas with unrivaled flavor. Each sample makes about 8-10 cups of tea. Note: Assortments may vary depending on availability.

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Green tea from China with the delicate flavors of apricots. Makes a light and refreshing drink that's popular both hot and iced. If you are new to green tea, this lightly flavored tea may be a good place to start.

Tea of the Month
Green tea from Japan that is the 'snap, crackle, pop' of teas. Gen Mai Cha is an exotic Japanese recipe that combines popped rice and popcorn with tender and delicate green tea leaves. First used by peasants as a cost-saving measure, our 'Genmai Cha Pop' tea is now equally popular with modern urbanites. Both groups enjoy a refreshing cup that's both sweet and nutty.

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A brisk burst of flavor, this lemony green tea is tempting served hot or cold.
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Grown in the Huang Shan mountains of An Hui province for over 300 years, Mao Feng tea is one of China's 10 Famous Teas. While the floral notes of this Chinese green tea are reminiscent of wild peaches and magnolias, the complex character gives this tea a refreshing flavor, a smooth finish, and a long lasting clean aftertaste.
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Commonly used in pies and other treats, rhubarb's sweet and tart flavor is blended with a subtle Chinese green tea to create another delight. You can now have your pie and in this case, drink it too. Enjoy hot or iced.
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Fresh and sensual, Jasmine Pearls can be steeped up to 3 times. Jasmine Pearls are hand-rolled young Chinese green tea leaves, from Fujian Province. The rolled pearls are dried, then blended with unopened night-blooming jasmine flowers.
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A fragrant Spring picked tea from the Fujian province of China, infused with the delicate scent of jasmine flowers. Sweet cup, notes of warmed sugar and jasmine in bloom on a summer evening. Slightly toasty like a fresh biscuit. Light, refreshing cup and not overwhelmingly floral. A perfect introduction to our selection of excellent jasmine teas.
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