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Finest White Monkey Paw Bai Mao Hou Green Tea

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    • This Chinese green tea is considered to be one of the finest green teas available.
      White Monkey Paw is made from the top two leaves and the bud of new season growth (late March /early April)
    • Complex and impressive flavor profile due to being grown at high elevations (2500-5000 feet)
    • A lightly floral and almost earthy nose, with a smooth and round liquor with beautiful hints of honey and honeysuckle
    • Just incredible, you will love it!

    Green Tea Antioxidants: Catechins, including EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate), flavonoids (thearubigins, epicatechins), poyphenols, L-theanine

    Ingredients: Chinese Green tea (pure White Monkey Paw tea)

    ✓ ORAC: ~1253/8 Fl Oz
    ✓ Caffeine Level: 30 Mg/8 Fl Oz

    (A coffee has 95Mg/8 Fl. Oz. caffeine for comparison)

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    How to Brew Green Tea: Rinse 1-2tsp of leaves with water that has just started simmering, discard the rinse water. This 'wakes up' the leaves and removes small particles that can make it bitter. Then pour over 8oz of 160F water and steep for 2-3 minutes. (Using boiling water will burn the delicate leaves and destroy their health benefits; brewing for too long will result in a very bitter drink. If you want a stronger flavor, use more leaves and steep for the same or slightly less time.)

    ...and for a Pitcher of Iced Tea: Follow the same steps per tea, however triple the quantity of tea used and double the water. Let it steep for at least twenty minutes, possibly overnight. Then put in the fridge, or pour directly over ice. Note that the caffeine and antioxidants tend to disappear after 3-4 hours of brewing, so be careful!

    For tea sourcing & nutritional information, visit the About Our Teas page.

    Enjoy these automatic discounts off your cart*: 

    Spend $50 on tea and GET $4 OFF
    Spend $100 on tea and GET $10 OFF
    Spend $175 on tea and GET $20 OFF

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    *Excludes teaware & Selections (our bundles of teas and teaware), sorry...

    How many cups of tea is in a package? How do I store my tea? What is the shelf life of herbal teas and moringa?

    We recommend using ~1-2tsp (heaped) of tea for a standard mug, though you may want more or less depending on your taste, infuser and water temperature! Therefore...

    • 1oz of tea makes around 12-14 cups
    • 4oz of tea makes around 50-56 cups
    • 8oz of tea makes around 100-112 cups

    Always store tea is a dark and airtight container or cupboard (light degrades the leaves removing the tasty goodness!). If stored correctly, our teas will retain their taste for up to three years. After that they are still safe to drink, but won't taste of much! If stored in an unsealed container or exposed to light, our teas should be consumed within six months of purchase to get the maximum flavor.

    Powdered Moringa is best consumed within six months when stored properly to get the maximum flavor and potential health benefits. 

    Allergen Warning:

    Nut allergies: All of our products are handled, packed and processed in facilities that handles nuts and seeds. You can also check our ingredients list in the description tab of each tea or product to see if they have added/blended nuts, nut oils or other nut derived compounds.

    Chamomile teas: A relatively low percentage of people are sensitive to chamomile and develop allergic reactions. People sensitive to ragweed and chrysanthemums or other members of the Compositae family are more prone to develop contact allergies to chamomile, especially if they take other drugs that help to trigger the sensitization (Srivastava, 2010).

    ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity and is a scale to gauge antioxidant units. The higher the ORAC value, the higher the antioxidant level.

    Medical Disclaimer: The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All of the information regarding the herbs, botanicals, minerals, vitamins, etc., is information drawn from traditional use data or academic research and should be regarded as such. If you, the reader, has a health or medical concern, please consult your healthcare professional. The information found here is not meant to diagnose, treat, prescribe or cure and has not been evaluated by the FDA.

    Free shipping within the continental US and friendly Quibble Free returns!
    Right now we only ship within the USA, but we hope to offer international shipping at some point in the future.

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      • This Chinese green tea is considered to be one of the finest green teas available.
        White Monkey Paw is made from the top two leaves and the bud of new season growth (late March /early April)
      • Complex and impressive flavor profile due to being grown at high elevations (2500-5000 feet)
      • A lightly floral and almost earthy nose, with a smooth and round liquor with beautiful hints of honey and honeysuckle
      • Just incredible, you will love it!

      Green Tea Antioxidants: Catechins, including EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate), flavonoids (thearubigins, epicatechins), poyphenols, L-theanine

      Ingredients: Chinese Green tea (pure White Monkey Paw tea)

      ✓ ORAC: ~1253/8 Fl Oz
      ✓ Caffeine Level: 30 Mg/8 Fl Oz

      (A coffee has 95Mg/8 Fl. Oz. caffeine for comparison)

      -----------------------------------

      How to Brew Green Tea: Rinse 1-2tsp of leaves with water that has just started simmering, discard the rinse water. This 'wakes up' the leaves and removes small particles that can make it bitter. Then pour over 8oz of 160F water and steep for 2-3 minutes. (Using boiling water will burn the delicate leaves and destroy their health benefits; brewing for too long will result in a very bitter drink. If you want a stronger flavor, use more leaves and steep for the same or slightly less time.)

      ...and for a Pitcher of Iced Tea: Follow the same steps per tea, however triple the quantity of tea used and double the water. Let it steep for at least twenty minutes, possibly overnight. Then put in the fridge, or pour directly over ice. Note that the caffeine and antioxidants tend to disappear after 3-4 hours of brewing, so be careful!

      For tea sourcing & nutritional information, visit the About Our Teas page.

      Enjoy these automatic discounts off your cart*: 

      Spend $50 on tea and GET $4 OFF
      Spend $100 on tea and GET $10 OFF
      Spend $175 on tea and GET $20 OFF

      Discount applied automatically at checkout. No coupon code headaches here!
      *Excludes teaware & Selections (our bundles of teas and teaware), sorry...

      How many cups of tea is in a package? How do I store my tea? What is the shelf life of herbal teas and moringa?

      We recommend using ~1-2tsp (heaped) of tea for a standard mug, though you may want more or less depending on your taste, infuser and water temperature! Therefore...

      • 1oz of tea makes around 12-14 cups
      • 4oz of tea makes around 50-56 cups
      • 8oz of tea makes around 100-112 cups

      Always store tea is a dark and airtight container or cupboard (light degrades the leaves removing the tasty goodness!). If stored correctly, our teas will retain their taste for up to three years. After that they are still safe to drink, but won't taste of much! If stored in an unsealed container or exposed to light, our teas should be consumed within six months of purchase to get the maximum flavor.

      Powdered Moringa is best consumed within six months when stored properly to get the maximum flavor and potential health benefits. 

      Allergen Warning:

      Nut allergies: All of our products are handled, packed and processed in facilities that handles nuts and seeds. You can also check our ingredients list in the description tab of each tea or product to see if they have added/blended nuts, nut oils or other nut derived compounds.

      Chamomile teas: A relatively low percentage of people are sensitive to chamomile and develop allergic reactions. People sensitive to ragweed and chrysanthemums or other members of the Compositae family are more prone to develop contact allergies to chamomile, especially if they take other drugs that help to trigger the sensitization (Srivastava, 2010).

      ORAC stands for Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity and is a scale to gauge antioxidant units. The higher the ORAC value, the higher the antioxidant level.

      Medical Disclaimer: The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All of the information regarding the herbs, botanicals, minerals, vitamins, etc., is information drawn from traditional use data or academic research and should be regarded as such. If you, the reader, has a health or medical concern, please consult your healthcare professional. The information found here is not meant to diagnose, treat, prescribe or cure and has not been evaluated by the FDA.

      Free shipping within the continental US and friendly Quibble Free returns!
      Right now we only ship within the USA, but we hope to offer international shipping at some point in the future.

      Shipping Policy | Returns Policy