Hampstead Tea, Organic Fairtrade, Green Tea, 3.53 oz (100 g)
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- Fresh Biodynamic Green Leaf Tea
- USDA Organic
Organic Fairtrade Green Tea
fresh biodynamic leaf tea
Only two tender leaves and a bud are used to produce this delicious green biodynamic tea. With its delicate green liquor, green tea is valued for its detoxifying and antioxidant properties.
The 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. All of our loose leaf teas are certified organic, biodynamic and Fairtrade.
Enjoy. Allow one level teaspoon of tea per person. Pour on freshly boiled water and infuse for up to 3 minutes.
Fairtrade green tea.
All ingredients are biodynamic / organic.
Posted by Gabrielski on Apr 15, 2016
A good green tea, just from this planet. It has a plus and it is trustful thanks to "Demeter" on the label.
Posted by 5751742391383919710 on Dec 14, 2015
One of the best green teas I've had. Wish it came in larger containers (100 g size only lasts one week ;-(
Not fresh or no taste.
Posted by Reviewer2494531 on Jul 04, 2015
If you have ever tasted genuine Japanese Green tea,there is no comparison. Very disappointed! Plus iherb wont stock the genuine Japanese Green tea. Wish they would!
Posted by Reviewer1491973 on Sep 15, 2014
Husband's favorite green tea!
Posted by Jeanne1974 on Sep 12, 2014
This tea is half ground up in small pieces with bits of twig, unlike their Earl Grey which is whole leaves and magnificent scent. It still tastes good, and is better than tea bags, but I expected it to be whole leaves like most loose tea.