Mana Organics Tea Bags Twin Pack
Regular price $10.00
A variety pack of both Mana Organics' Black and Green tea bags. Contains one box of 25 Assam black tea bags, and one box of 25 green tea bags.
Brisk, bold, and pure, we grew this organic Assam black tea on our family tea estate, Chota Tingrai (27.458869 N, 95.354856 E). This tea bag is excellent for waking you in the morning or replacing your afternoon cup of coffee.
In the tea bag, you find no fillers or dust. Instead you meet a blend of tiny, uniform spheres, and long, sometimes aureate, leaves. The balls are CTC, seldom found outside India. Do not be deceived by their size. These little balls brew tea as strong as an elephant. The leaves you see are the fabled golden tips of Assam. Prized for their complexity of scent and flavor, you will rarely find these tips in tea bags.
When you brew a bag, you can watch the golden tips unfurl and the little spheres grow plump. Upon brewing, you smell dates, almonds, and parsley as the liquor blooms a dark rosy red. As you take your first sip of the tea, you meet a flawlessly smooth balance of malt and sweet. While you can add milk and sugar, the honey after-taste will try to dissuade you.
Light, and refreshing, we grew this organic Assam green tea on our family tea estate, Chota Tingrai (27.458869 N, 95.354856 E). These Organic Assam Green Tea Bags promise to soothe and rejuvenate with every sip.
We crafted this unique green tea by wedding Japanese tradition with premium Assam leaf. We nurture every tea plant with 100% organic compost made on our estate. Our pluckers skillfully select each leaf. We make the tea on state-of-the-art Japanese machines. Tea Master Yanagawa-san oversees the processing himself to ensure that every batch meets the highest standard. The tea bag is shaped for perfect brewing, and made from 100% biodegradable materials.
And the result is exquisite. When you brew this Assam green tea, you first encounter the wholesome scent of a fresh cut garden as the liquor turns a spring leaf green. Upon tasting, you find a bright sweetness, accompanied by a massaging mouthfeel. The initial brightness soon subdues into a feeling of calm. As you savor each drop, you taste the clean fresh rain that falls on Chota Tingrai, and the warm, happy pride of the women who plucked the leaf. The exceptionally sweet after-taste will have you reaching for the kettle before you know it.