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Price: $8.00
Prod. Code: 1002 (0.85 oz)


High Mountain Green Tea (0.85 oz; served 12-15 cups)

Photos of Product Images : 1st  dry tea leaves; 2nd the color of brewed tea; 3rd wet tea leaves

Package: 0.85 oz Foil Pouch with zip lock

Origin: Central Taiwan

Ingredient: 100% Organic whole leaf green tea


Cathecins Antioxidants & Caffeine Levels:


High Mountain Green Tea is made of fresh whole tea leaves and is grown in mountainous areas that reach altitudes of 1,000 meters above sea level. These freshly grown leaves are also cultivated using natural farming methods. The high altitude presents the tea leaves with high levels of exposure to the sun, natural precipitation, fresh air, and a great climate. These factors make a great environment for growing healthy tea plants. Here, tea leaves are able to absorb a fresh aroma along with the natural flavors Mother Nature provides. Without the involvement of the oxidation process, this whole-leaf green tea is able to preserve very rich flavonoids and antioxidants. The soothing mixture of green and yellow along with the aromatic infusion of this wonderful beverage is sure to fill your mouth with a smooth, light floral, pleasant, and buttery taste. 


Green tea is not fermented or oxidized, and preserves most of the green nature in fresh leaves. Green tea contains rich antioxidant content (catechins) in tea flavonoids, and has less caffeine than coffee. Dried green tea leaves come in many shapes such as open-leaf, flaky, twist, sword, or ball. It often has a distinct fresh and vegetal aroma.


Flavonoids, Caffeine and Fluoride in Brewed Green Tea (An 8oz cup=237ml)


Milligram per 8oz cup Remarks



Per-capita consumption of flavonoids is about 132 mg per day in the United States. (USDA ARS, PDF)


Desirable daily intake 250 mg of tea catechins. (Cochrane Collaboration, Abstract)


For healthy adults, moderate caffeine consumption of 300mg per day. (IFIC, PDF)
Fluoride 0.2-0.3mgb For healthy adults, adequate fluoride intake male=4mg/daily and female=3mg/daily (Food & Nutrition Board, PDF)


aUSDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods, Release 2.1 (2007) [PDF], summarized by Health & Tea;

bTea Summary, Micronutrient Research for Optimum Health, Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University;

See Tea Infofor the more information & references.


Brewing suggestion

Hot Tea: Use 1 teaspoons of tea per 8 ounces of water. Heat water to 170 degrees and steep for 1-2 minutes. Simply sip the tea during brewing to find your preferred steeping time. Add more tea if stronger flavor is desired.


Iced Tea: To prepare a quart of iced tea, pour 2 cups of boiling water over 5 or more teaspoons of loose tea.  Steep for 3 to 5 minutes and strain out the leaves.  Add 2 cups of room-temperature water and serve over ice.  Enjoy within 24 hours.


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