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Hawaiian Paradise Tea – 100% Hawaiian grown single estate whole leaf organic tea.
Harvested and processed by hand. A pan-fired green tea, exotic in aroma and pure in flavour. Steeps into a pale golden green infusion. The tea is named after the historic local reference point where the garden is located. The Hilo region of Hawaii sits at a 2,000 foot elevation, surrounded by tropical flowers. Steeped into a pale golden green infusion with a lingering fresh taste. East meets West in this refined green tea reminiscent of signature teas in China that inspire pioneering efforts in unique Hawaii grown tea.

6 grams serve approx. 4 cups. Increase the steeping time by 1 minute for each consecutive infusion. Recommended first steep is 2 min at 60 degrees.

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Still amazeballs. Made a pot of this last night to share with the wife, and it was as light and deep and flavourful as the first time I tried it. And even my wife, who likes neither green tea nor unsweetened tea, agreed that it was excellent and she would share a pot of it with me again. Success!

This is so incredibly worth the price. $7 for 6 grams may sound expensive, but $3.50 for a pot of amazing tea is a deal.

145 °F / 62 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Tina S.

Plus you get an awesome tin!

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Wow, this green is just . . . there are absolutely no words. It looks and smells like a white, and taste wise? There’s green notes and white notes and hints of mango and just . . . this is practically heaven in a tea cup. Hawaiian tea may be a rare thing, in fact I’d never heard of it before this week, but wow is it amazing. This is the first speciality tea that I can actually see myself paying the premium costs for.

Extra kudos to The Tea Haus for selling such a rare amazing tea, and even more so for selling it at such a fair price. (And for letting us try it before it hits their store!)

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