Kiwi Pear Green Tea Bags
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This China green tea is luscious with the naturally sweet flavor of ripe pears and tropical tang of kiwi. A highly aromatic, healthy blend that's delicious hot or over ice.
Kiwi Pear Green Tea was featured as one of Dr. Oz.'s Favorite Green Tea in O, The Oprah Magazine.
Green tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
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.)
China green tea, pear pieces, kiwi pieces, natural flavors
Country of Origin
What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Since I've discovered The Republic of Tea, I've purchased at least 15 different types of their teas. Some are better than others but this one was gone first.
Hands Down Favorite ROT Flavor
I've been drinking Kiwi Pear for several years. It's a light and refreshing way to start the day; perfect for any season. It's definitely my go-to flavor. Additionally, I travel to Europe frequently for work. My kiwi-pear is one of the first items packed to ensure I always start my day off right.
Desperately Disappointed :(
This tea tastes like neither kiwi nor pear. It's just a light grassy flavor you could find in any herbal tea at the grocery store. I'm completely bummed.
I love this tea!
Initially I was disappointed in this tea as is smelled so good but when brewed it was not to my liking - I typically do not add anything to my teas, not even honey. Then I added sugar (not honey) and a touch of milk. Oh. My. God. So delicious with a tiny bit of sweetener and dairy. Who knew adding something as basic as sugar and milk would completely change the flavor. Again, just a touch of both sugar and milk and it is wonderful.
LUV this Tea
I drink this tea daily in the morning; it starts the day off right! I have tea bags that I take in my purse for those days that we eat breakfast at a restaurant. I use some honey in the hot tea; it brings out the natural sweetness of this tea. sigh....so good.