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A KTeas Signature Blend - Serenity WaltzA KTeas Signature Blend - Serenity WaltzA graceful waltz in your teacup: China black partnered with Darjeeling black accompanied by gentle fruit notes partnered with subtle bergamot.
Caribbean Fruit RooibosLuscious rooibos with tropical fruits incl. banana, coconut, pineapple, etc., ---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Chocolate Pu'erhDrink your dessert with this divine blend of dark chocolate curls and pu'erh dark tea---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Jasmine Leaf Green Tea Pyramid SachetsChinese green tea scented traditionally with jasmine petals---in roomy pyramid sachets for convenient steeping! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing
Tahitian Vanilla Rose OolongRolled green oolong, rose petals, vanilla . . . all these floral notes waft up from your cup---after the convenience of steeping a tea bag! . . . We're not even waiting for finalized official packaging to share this new pyramid sachet flavor with you; click on the name or on "More info" to see special introductory pricing!
Gen mai cha Green Tea - genmaicha

Gen mai cha Green Tea - genmaicha

This blend began as a frugal measure to extend limited supplies of green tea until the next harvest: the green tea leaves were mixed with rice and popped corn. But the taste caught on, and now the blending is done quite deliberately!
This genmaicha uses larger-leaf Japanese green teas and stems, hulled rice kernels, and popped corn.
The liquor might look more like a greenish-brown soup (!!) and a buttery taste can almost be tasted!
(Caffeine)

Note: Enjoy while reading The Traveling Tea Ladies: Death In Dallas, along with the characters in the book!
Preparation guidelines
3g (1 level teaspoon) per 8 oz cup of water.
Heat water to well below boiling: 170-180°F (76-82°C).
Add heated water to leaves. Allow to steep 3 minutes, or to taste.
Remove the leaves to drink the tea.
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