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GREEN TEA | Strawberry Fields

Unfold warm family memories of the local U-Pick strawberry fields on a sunny summer day!

Smells of overripe strawberries grounded by the grassy undertones of warm, fuzzy strawberry leaves will surround you. This uplifting tea is a pleasure, as a warm, summer morning brew on the patio or cold over ice with your favourite people.    

INGREDIENTS: Green Tea, Papaya + Strawberry pieces, and Natural flavours. 

CAFFEINE LEVEL:  LOW            ANTI-OXIDANT LEVEL: HIGH

Exceptional/Rare Tea Designation, HACCP Certified

FOR:

  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Cancer Prevention
  • Heart Health
  • Relaxation
Exceptional Iced Tea! - great as an energy-boosting take-along for the gym or your daily activity!

 

  • Hot tea: Put 1 slightly heaping teaspoon of loose tea for each 7-9 oz/200-260 ml of water in the teapot. Boil and cool water to 170-180F, pour over loose tea
    • Steep 1-2 minutes. Milk, sugar, lemon and mint are not recommended. 
  • Cold Brew Iced Tea: To make 1L/1QT, Add 6 slightly heaping teaspoons to an infuser. Before putting infuser in pitcher, fill pitcher to the top with cold water. Add infuser into pitcher and put in refrigerator for 6-8 hrs or overnight. Infuser can be left in pitcher to release additional antioxidants as cold water brewing will not more tea bitter. Use the Mizudashi Cold Brew Iced Tea Maker for best results!
  • Flash-chilled Iced Tea: To make 1 L/1 QT, put 6 slightly heaping teaspoons of loose tea into a teapot. Pour 1¼ cups/315ml of boiling water over tea.
    • Steep 2 minutes. Fill a serving pitcher full with ice. Pour strained tea over ice
      • Use the Takeya Flash-Chill Iced Tea Maker for best results.
      • ** Some luxury teas may turn cloudy when poured over ice. this is a sign of luxury quality and nothing to worry about. 
    * While green tea is traditionally brewed using 180F water, we strongly recommend using filtered or freshly drawn cold water brought to a rolling boil, to reduce the potential incidence of water-borne illnesses. Water can then be cooled to 170-180F.


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