Ginger Zinger

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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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One of the definitions of zinger is something that shocks or brings awe. We believe this will do just that. This white tea is absolutely gorgeous as it blends so easily with ginger, orange peels, peach pieces, and other flowers. We use a high-quality Pai mu tan white tea that is full and rich. We love all things ginger, so we really tried our best to impress you.It will totally tantalize your taste buds.

White tea, ginger root, orange peels, peach pieces, marigolds, safflowers, and natural flavors.

Amount: 1 teaspoon per 8 oz for hot tea.
Steep at: 175 degrees for 2 minutes.

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Uggg, it was sooo hot here last night! I barely slept! It looks like it is going to be another really hot day today too!

You know what is really weird? I’ve lived in Long Beach for just over a year. Before moving here, I visited a couple times a year. During all this time, I have not been to a beach here. Blows my family/friends’ minds! I’m more of a museum and farmers market person. Feels like a good beach day today though!

So, I was hoping this tea would be refreshingly cool and ease some tummy funkyness. I steeped up some of this Ginger Zinger, to hopefully help out. Mmmm, very refreshing peachy orange with ginger for pep! Nice and cooling too, as I finished my lukewarm cup. Yum!

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec
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So jealous that you live near the beach! I’m also in CA, the bay, but I have to drive to Santa Cruz if I want a nice beach day. Cold-brewed tea to be enjoyed by the waves sounds like heaven… I hope you go!


At least you aren’t landlocked in Indiana! Boooo! I have to drive 10 hours to get to any legit beach!


lol! NYC people don’t usually go the beach either and we’re on the ocean!

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Stephanie, I used to be a Midwestern girl! Now I’m all about the West Coast — the winters here are so easy.

As for NYC people, I don’t understand: I would be craving nature and the ocean if I lived there. Of course, you have parks, right? To be honest, I’ve never been!

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