Twinings of London Pure Green Tea Bags, 25 Count (Pack of 6)
- FRESH FLAVOR: Six boxes of 25 Green tea bags. Pure Green Tea with a fresh taste, smooth flavor and enticing aroma. Steep for two minutes for the perfect cup of green tea.
- ONLY THE FINEST QUALITY: Our expert blenders source only the finest leaves cultivated to our exacting standards by trusted growers around the world. From these tea gardens we hand-select the leaves that will shape your next Twinings moment.
- GREEN TEA: Twinings blends to perfection the finest green teas with just the right amount of flavor to give you a line of great-tasting green teas with a fresh flavour, smooth taste and enticing aroma.
- RICH HISTORY: In 1706 Thomas Twining began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twinings still sells some of the world's best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world.
- HAND SELECTED FOR YOUR HOME: Made without artificial ingredients, Twinings natural teas provide a wholesome tea experience. If you enjoy Bigelow Tea, Lipton Tea, Harney & Sons Tea, Davidson's Tea, or Prince of Peace Tea - try Twining's of London Tea.
Green tea is known for its smooth flavor and refreshing taste. Green teas are made from leaves of the Camellia Sinensis plant, the same leaves as black tea. Green teas go through a process where the leaves are heated to prevent oxidation while black teas are oxidized for additional color and flavor. The result is a delicious tea that brews to a light golden color and unique flavor. Twinings Green Tea is a style called "Sencha", known for its smooth, mild characteristics.
This tea also doesn't get bitter when I steep it for too long. Sometimes I forget, and it'll steep for 30 minutes. I just get a stronger cup of tea, not a bitter one.
I really like this 100-count box. I can only find 50-count at my grocery store, and the 100-count is a better price than buying 2 of the 50-count, even on the best grocery store sale price.
The box is a little big, but I usually move the teabags into an empty 50 count box (you can fit probably 80 in there pretty efficiently) and then stash the rest in empty mugs, so I don't have to accommodate such a big box in my little tea cabinet.