Organic Tropical Goji Green 90g Tin

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This tea delivers a big “pow" of apricot on the nose — must be the combination of fruits in this tea — and then a subtle layering of tropical flavors and a delightful mouth texture. Once infused, this loose tea is fun to poke through, since it combines Organic green tea with pieces of Organic mango and Organic goji berries that you might want to nibble on!

90g (35+ cups of tea)

Organic green tea, organic mango, organic goji berry, natural flavoring, organic marigold flowers
Caffeine Level:
Light Buzz
light buzz, 1/3 cup of coffee
Use 15oz filtered water per 1.5 tsp tea.
Heat water to 180˚F and pour over tea in infuser.
Steep 4 minutes.
USDA Organic
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What starts out as a sweet, fruit-forward tea ends with a nice bite of astringency from gorgeous green tea leaves. This tea is pretty in the cup and smells like a tropical paradise!



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        • 5
          Awesome Tea

          Posted by Ani on Apr 11th 2017

          I love it! It only takes a teaspoon to brew about 10 oz. of flavorful tea (I like to brew my tea a little strong). I was able to re-steep the leaves again (2 minutes longer). I added a teaspoon of honey and a little lemon juice. Delicious with it and without it. Awesome tea!

        • 5
          Awesome cold-brewed

          Posted by Christy on Sep 2nd 2016

          Just tried cold brewing this tea and it rocked. Used about 12g of tea for 3/4 Liter water. Bright tropical flavors and pure green tea taste without being astringent, even though I steeped it overnight. YUM!

        • 5
          Love this tea

          Posted by Mindy on Jan 6th 2016

          Right now this is my favorite tea and I look forward to having a cup every morning. It's the perfect blend of tropical flavors and gogi but without a fake-fruity taste or without being overpowering or cloying like some flavored teas are. It's truly delicious and yes, I like to pick out the gogi berries to eat - there's usually 1 or 2 per cup.

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