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Green Osmanthus (Gui Hua Cha) • Certified Organic

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From The Tao of Tea

•Native Name:
Gui Hua Cha

•Blend:
China

•Introduction:
Green Osmanthus is a blend of fine Chinese green tea and fragrant sweet osmanthus flowers.

Gui Hua
Gui Hua (pronounced “gway hwah”) is the Chinese name for the fragrant osmanthus flower, which blossoms in late summer and is used in scenting this green tea .

Osmanthus Scenting
After plucking and withering, the tea is pan-fired creating long, gently twisted style leaf. In the final stages of processing, the leaves are blended with osmanthus blossoms infusing the tea with the flower’s fragrant essential oils.
Flavor Profile: Light, bright, sweet flavor and a fruity, floral aroma with hints of apples and apricots.

•Ingredients:
100% Organic Green Tea Leaves, Osmanthus Flowers.
Certified Organic by: Quality Assurance International (QAI)

•Brewing Suggestions:
160°F (71°C) • 1 Tsp or tea per 8oz of water • Steep: @4 minutes • Infusions: 3

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