"Powerful Antioxidant Energy Tea" Green Tea


A fruity blend full of fragrance that fills you with energy and packs a ton of antioxidants.

ūü°ÜGoji Berries¬†are known for their high antioxidant content, they promote healthy liver function, improve sexual function and fertility, boost immune function, improve circulation, and promote long living by fighting damage from free radicals.
ūü°ÜAcai Berries¬†are said to have between 10 and 30 times more antioxidants than grapes, pomegranates, and even blueberries. Because of the extensive vitamins, amino acids, minerals, Omega acids, and other properties, the acai berry is said to be one of the most nutritionally dense berries on the planet.
ūü°ÜCretan Dittany (Origanum Dictamnus), a special source of water-extractable antioxidants.
ūü°ÜAronia Berries¬†is a superfood, richer in anti-cancer antioxidants, this berry contains the highest concentration of flavonoids and antioxidants than most berries.¬†

Green Tea, Cretan Dittany (Origanum Dictamnus), Hibiscus, Rosehip (Rosa Canina), Apple, Goji Berries, Raspberry, Aronia, Pomegranate Blossoms, Acai Fruit Powder

‚óČ Green, Black, White, Oolong, and¬†Pu-erh all come from the same plant, containing¬†variable amounts of caffeine.¬†In general, black and pu-erh teas have the highest amount, followed by oolong teas, green teas, and the¬†lowest amount found in white teas.
‚óČ Should be stored in airtight glass containers -in a cool, dark, and dry place- to preserve the flavor, texture, and properties.
‚óȬ†Since there is so much flavor in this mixture, it could be reinfused once or twice more. ‚óȬ†Refrigerate leftover tea in an airtight container for up to 2 days.

Green Tea Brewing Instructions
Green tea, when prepared the right way, is earthy, flavor-packed, and wonderful, instead of bitter and grassy.

  • Hot Brew
  1. Heat the water to just under boiling temperature (75¬į - 80¬į C).¬†If you don't have a thermometer, bring the water to a boil,¬†then let it cool for 3-5 minutes.
  2. Add 1 teaspoon of loose tea to a tea infuser or tea bag, for every 180ml - 240ml of water. If you prefer a stronger cup, include more tea instead of a longer steep time to prevent the likelihood of a more bitter flavor.
  3. Pour the heated water over the tea, cover your cup, and steep for 1-3 minutes or more. Small leaves infuse more quickly than large leaves. The amount of time you steep your tea depends on your taste preferences; a longer period equals a stronger tea. At the one-minute mark, taste the tea, and then every 30 seconds after that until you find the flavor that you like most.
  4. Green tea can often be steeped 2 or 3 times, producing new flavors with each cup. Slightly increase the water temperature and steeping time for each brew. 
  5. Add honey or stevia for sweetness, if desired. 
  • Cold¬†Brew

A cold infusion delivers flavors that are sweeter, smoother, more complex, and can be made in a number of different ways.

  1. The Fast Way
    Follow the steps as shown in the "Hot Brew", but use less water, and perhaps even more tea, in order to produce tea concentrate.
    Strain and pour over ice or cold water.
  2. 20' to 60' Ready
    Add 1-2 teaspoons of loose tea to a tea infuser or tea bag, for every 200ml - 250ml of water. Pour ice-cold water over the tea, stir, cover, and steep for 20 minutes at least. Serve over ice and enjoy.
  3. Overnight Ice Tea
    Add 1-2 teaspoons of loose tea to a tea infuser or tea bag, for every 200ml - 250ml of water. Pour room-temperature water over the tea, stir, cover, and refrigerate for 6 to 12 hours. 

Follow these additional steps to make the perfect cup of tea!

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