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From Lake Missoula Tea Company

Heritage Green tea is smooth, rich, and fruity with mango and peach aromas, with hints of sugar cane and absolutely no astringency. The region this tea comes from is under consideration as a World Heritage site, hence its name.

This exquisite tea comes from Jingmai Mountain, a region in southern Yunnan where the 700 to 1,000 year old ancient tea trees grow. Heritage Green has been hand picked to ensure quality by the Dai people for millennia. In addition, the ancient tea trees thrive in a diverse forest that provide rich antioxidants and nutrients.

Organic Chinese green tea.

Caffeine.

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I’m not really sure why I don’t drink this one more often. It’s smooth and fruity, not too finicky about temperature/steep time/leaf amount. It’s not as light and fresh and delicate as some of the other greens I like but it definitely isn’t one of those harsh grassy greens. Usually I just get tropical fruity flavors from this tea but tonight I kind of taste coconut too. I’ve been thinking things taste coconutty all day, though, so maybe I just have coconut on the brain. I picked this one tonight because I wanted something that handles being steeped western style and isn’t strongly scented to try out my new DavidsTea tea press travel mug. I don’t usually love tea in metal or plastic and the press is made of both those things but it seems like a great new toy to take places I’m worried about other teaware getting broken. I’m a little worried about the plastic parts absorbing smells so a basic green seemed safer than anything flavored. It took ages to get the chenpi smell out of the rubber seals of my glass gongfu bottle and I have at least one travel mug with a lid that smells strongly of Throat Coat…hopefully I can avoid any permanent smells in the new press.

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