Sky Between the Branches Green Full-Leaf
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Gu Zhang Mao Jian Tea - Harvested ten days each spring on the banks of Qiushiu River in the Wuyi Mountains. This Chinese green tea is renowned for its tender silver tips and unique chestnut character.
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.)
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Perfect Tea for Evening
I first tried Sky Between the Branches because I liked the name so much, and now it's my favorite tea for evenings. Green tea works well because of the relatively low caffeine content, and Sky Between the Branches has the best flavor of any green tea I've tried.
It takes longer to let the full scent and flavor to envelope you, but its well worth it.
A Perfect Name!
This is my favorite summer time morning green tea! The flavor is excellent, never bitter, and it does make me think of looking up between tree branches at a beautiful blue summer sky.
It really hits the spot!
The aroma reminds me of doctor's gloves in a hospital but don't let that deter you from the wonderful nutty flavor! Sky Between the Branches is a special tea that harmonizes the sweet, nutty flavor with slightly bitter grassy tones. It's a tea worth trying!
A very different and almost nutty green
This is probably my new favorite green tea. It is almost nutty in it's taste but its not the primary note. It lacks that grassy character that I do like but its so unique I love it. It's very mellow and not full-body like some others and I am able to get 4 steepings from it. I have not come across anything like this tea anywhere else.