Steeping green tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 1-3 minutes (if using a tea bag) or 2-4 minutes (if using full-leaf tea.)
Decaf green tea, rosehips, hibiscus, elderberries, black currants, sweet blackberry leaves, acai flavoring
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Love Acai Teas
December 06, 2012
Alice in NH
I love the Acai green teas - decaf and regular. They are delicious! I just wish that we could get the decaf in loose leaf in bulk, I hate having to use bags.
Not as good as the original
December 05, 2012
I love the original Acai Green Tea (with caffeine) and drank it daily until the doctor told me to practically eliminate caffeine from my diet. Loving the other so much, I bought this version (decaf). I was a bit dissapointed with the decaf as it wasn't as strong as the regular version. It still had a good Acai taste, but to get the strength I like I could only use the tea bag once, whereas the I could get 2 cups out of one tea bag of regular.
June 20, 2012
West Mifflin, PA
I love this tea for boosting the immune system. When anyone in my family has a cold, this soothes our symptoms. Duration of our cold seems to be shorter.
April 28, 2012
I, like the others, really enjoyed the taste. I expecte the aforementioned fruit to actually be in the tea. Sort of like an American flag made in China. Not quite genuine
Absolutely love this tea!
November 20, 2011
I spent my entire weekend sipping on this tea during our conference @the Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Washington. I even got the coffee drinker's @ my table addicted to this tea as well ;)
I have to say too, that I also am a tad bit disappointed that there isn't actual Acai berries in it, just Acai flavoring...although that won't keep me from further purchases but it would be nice to add it ;)
Tea Name is misleading
August 04, 2011
My rating is not due to the tea taste, but to the name of the tea. Being that the first word is "acai" and the label extorts the benefits of such berries, I had the reasonable expectation of being able to derive such benefits from drinking the tea. But the tea does not contain acai berries. It has only "natural acai flavoring", and this is the *last* ingredient in the list, after rosehips, elderberries, black currants, and sweet blackberry leaves.
Even the brief description on the web site is incorrect. It is NOT "acai berry" tea. It is "berry and acai flavored tea". I would note have bought this tea if it had been described correctly.
I have always loved Republic of Tea teas, but this tea is poorly named and I feel betrayed by the misrepresentation (something I would not expect from this company).