Hampstead Tea, Organic Fairtrade, Green Tea, 25 Sachets, 1.75 oz (50 g) (Discontinued Item)
- Biodynamic Green Tea
Organic Fairtrade Green Tea
biodynamic green tea
Only two tender leaves and a bud are used to produce this delicious green biodynamic tea. With its delicate liquor, green tea is valued for its detoxifying and antioxidant properties. The unfermented leaves of green tea are lightly steamed before being dried.
The green tea is grown at Makaibari, the first biodynamic tea estate in the world, situated 3-4000 ft high up in the Himalayas. The estate is protected on all sides by lush virgin rainforests and is the home and livelihood to a community of 1700 people, a family of panthers and richly diverse wildlife.
Our promise to you. We believe we have some of the finest organic teas in the world. The purity and quality of our teas, and the natural harmony and well being of the estate and its people mean everything to us. Our biodynamic, organic and fairtrade credentials are your guarantee that our teas are produced in the best and fairest ways possible. We hope that they give you as much pleasure and enrich your lives as much as they do ours.
Enjoy. Infuse one sachet per person in freshly boiled water for up to 3 minutes.
Fairtrade green tea.
All ingredients are biodynamic / organic
In keeping with our philosophy, our teas are free from all artificial additives and gmos and all of our packaging is fully biodegradable. Our unique teabags are also non-chlorine bleached and staple free.
Of late, it's the first thing I drink in the morning. Caffeine content is not too high in green tea. The real benefit observed is that it seems to help detox the liver, and may even help regulate normal heartbeat. This brand is preferred.
Posted by 4835810799624634506 on Jul 14, 2013
I love this tea. It is hard to find. Great service and delivery.
Not too bad but was slightly bitter for me.
Posted by Reviewer2256754 on May 12, 2011
Doesn't taste bitter
Posted by Kaleria on Nov 15, 2010
The taste is well.
Bitter, but bearable...
Posted by Reviewer2193776 on Apr 21, 2010
I just tried this tea for the first time...and I've found it to be bitter. But since my first cup, I have been very conscious of steeping the bag for only a minute or two, and it's better. But I've had better luck with the Eden Foods Sencha, and I've heard good things about Ito En teas as well...