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Slow Green Tea

Ingredients - Organically grown, single estate Ceylon green tea

Our organically grown slowly withered Green Tea is grown naturally in the Ceylon region of Sri Lanka, and made with the finest tea leaves.

Carefully hand-picked, withered by forest winds and hand rolled by artisans, our loose leaf tea is forest-friendly and supports the Tea Leaf Trust.

Our Slow Green Tea has a vastly different flavour from our Classic Green Tea.

Ceylon Green Tea is more similar to Indian Green Teas than to Japanese Green Teas. It’s stronger, with a light smokey note and higher in antioxidants than our Classic Green.

Brewing black tea

Use boiling water and brew for 3-5 minutes.

Brewing green tea

Use boiling water and brew for 2 minutes.

Brewing herbal tea

Use boiling water and brew for approx 5 minutes.

Brewing white tea

Use 80'c water and brew for approx 5 minutes.

FAQ

More about tea

Yes! Tea is known to be packed with antioxidants to boost your immune system, fight off inflammation, and even ward off cancer and heart disease. Regularly drinking tea can have a lasting impact on your wellness. 

Flavours vary from region to region, as does the caffeine content. The climate, soil, and rainfall all effect the caffeine levels in tea as it is a natural product harvested from the camellia sinensis plant. The level of caffeine in our loose leaf teas vary. Herbal tisanes such as our Pure Peppermint and Blue Lemongrass are caffeine free.

Fully fermented black tea leaves which are the basis of all breakfast teas contain the highest amount of caffeine. Green tea has less caffeine, followed by white tea which contains a minimal amount of caffeine. While you will get a caffeine hit from your pot of tea, it is significantly less than you would from coffee.

Artisinal loose leaf teas are created in smaller batches and hand-picked from single estates. We know exactly where all our tea is grown, and who grows it. We want to be sure that each bag of tea we sell is doing good for the local community where our favourite tea plantations are.

Absolutely! Tea is made to be brewed and shared and it's the perfect gift for the novice or expert tea drinker in your life. If you're unsure of what kind of tea to gift - you could choose a gift card or flick us an email and we'll help you decide! 

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