Kanchanjangha Verde (Premium Green)

$ 12.00
Regular price $ 12.00

Kanchanjangha Verde is a mellow, high-quality green tea with a floral aroma. This tea has subtle marine flavors, with grassy and nutty notes shining throughout.

Flavor Profile

Green tea flavors are rather complex depending on its processing technique. Kanchanjangha Verde green tea is roasted which preserves its mellow flavors and subtle taste. It has floral aromas and grassy taste notes. The infused leaves give a marine scent, which is how the quality of green teas are technically determined. More the marine scent, better the quality. 

Brewing the Finest Cup 

To brew the finest cup of Kanchanjangha Verde, use approximately two grams (the amount of a single tea bag) of tea per 8.5 fl. oz. (a standard US cup) of water of temperature 65 to 71℃ (150 to 160℉). In general, use not quite boiling water or let the water cool down for about 1.5 to 2 minutes after boiling. Steep for about 2 to 3 minutes to enjoy the subtle grassy flavor of Kanchanjangha Verde. 

Brewing green tea is considered rather complicated since steeping green tea for too long or in too hot water will result in a bitter and astringent brew regardless of the quality of the leaves.

*Green tea is served without added milk and/or sugar.

 

Kanchanjangha Verde is a mellow, high-quality green tea with a floral aroma. This tea has subtle marine flavors, with grassy and nutty notes shining throughout.

Flavor Profile

Green tea flavors are rather complex depending on its processing technique. Kanchanjangha Verde green tea is roasted which preserves its mellow flavors and subtle taste. It has floral aromas and grassy taste notes. The infused leaves give a marine scent, which is how the quality of green teas are technically determined. More the marine scent, better the quality. 

Brewing the Finest Cup 

To brew the finest cup of Kanchanjangha Verde, use approximately two grams (the amount of a single tea bag) of tea per 8.5 fl. oz. (a standard US cup) of water of temperature 65 to 71℃ (150 to 160℉). In general, use not quite boiling water or let the water cool down for about 1.5 to 2 minutes after boiling. Steep for about 2 to 3 minutes to enjoy the subtle grassy flavor of Kanchanjangha Verde. 

Brewing green tea is considered rather complicated since steeping green tea for too long or in too hot water will result in a bitter and astringent brew regardless of the quality of the leaves.

*Green tea is served without added milk and/or sugar.

 

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Quality green tea
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Best Green!
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One of the best