Palace

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  • Our premium Palace green tea comes from an organic tea farm in the Hubei province of China, where tea has been produced since the Tang Dynasty. It’s a mellow, non-astringent green tea that boasts a fresh taste and floral aroma. Whether drinking green tea as a healthy lifestyle choice or purely for pleasure, this bright, refreshing brew is a delicious all-day sipping tea.

  • Organic green tea
Size

Brewing Instructions



Place sachet in cup

12 oz cup

add water 175°F

Steep for 2-3 minutes

Caffeine Scale

Caffeine Level

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Harvesting Information

Plucking

2 leaves and 1 bud.

Harvest

April

Harvest Time

April

Key Ingredients

Optional Additions for Your Tea

Honey

Customer Reviews

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    KB
    06/12/2019
    Kenneth B.
    United States United States

    Palace

    Excellent: I would definitely buy from you again

    CC
    05/06/2019
    catherine c.
    United States

    My default beverage

    I start every day with it, make another mug and drink that during the day (once it’s brewed, it doesn’t need to be hot for me) Got it as a gift, bungled brewing it, decided to follow the instructions, and now it’s my favorite, hot, warm, even cool.

    KB
    02/14/2019
    Kenneth B.
    United States

    Palace Green Tea

    My overall experience with Palace Green Tea is excellent all the time. I have been using this tea for some time now. It is just what the body needs. Thank You,

    JG
    11/09/2018
    Jose G.
    United States

    My Favorite Green Tea

    I love this tea. I will be buying plenty more! It taste great!

    CC
    11/04/2018
    catherine c.
    United States

    paromi palace green tea

    Its the only tea I drink and prefer it to coffee. Its worth the effort to time the heating the water (3 minutes), letting the water sit (2 minutes) and then steeping the tea for exactly 3 minutes.

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