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Prince of Peace Organic Oolong Tea -- 100 Tea Bags


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Prince of Peace Organic Oolong Tea -- 100 Tea Bags

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Prince of Peace Organic Oolong Tea Description

  • USDA Organic

Prince of Peace­® is a brand you can trust. Our company has been providing quality tea products since 1983. Our tea leaves are organically grown and certified by IMO Switzerland. Instead of expensive advertising campaigns, we've chosen to pass on eh savings to you, and let you tell others of our great products.

 

Prince of Peace is a supporter of world relief efforts. Our key emphasis is providing care to orphaned children with special health needs at the Prince of Peace Children's Home in China, which serves over 100 orphans.

 

Oolong Tea (also known as Wu Long Tea) is from the Wuyi District of Jujian China - Also known for its famous Rock Tea. Oolong is semi-fermented, combining the qualities of black (richer taste) and green (antioxidants benefits) tea. Our 100% Organic Oolong Tea has a woody aromatic scents and full-bodied flavor. A typical cup of Oolong tea s about 30-40mg of caffeine, and a cup of coffee ranges from 100-180mg.

 


Directions

Brewing Directions: Place one tea bag in a 6 fl. oz. cup, add boiling water and let it steep for 3-5 minutes before drinking. Sweeten to taste-we recommend Prince of Peace Honey Crystal.

 

Try it Iced: Pour 2 cups of hot water over 6 bags in a quart container. Let it steep for 10 minutes. Remove tea bags. Add 2 cups of cold water. Pour over ice.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tea Bag
Servings per Container: 100
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories0
Trans Fat0 g0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate0 g0%
  Sugar0 g
Protein0 g
Other Ingredients: Organic Oolong Tea leaves.
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A Beginner's Guide to Tea

For all of you people looking to expand your taste buds beyond your non-negotiable cup of joe: If you haven’t already noticed, the tea trade is booming. According to the Tea Association of the USA, tea sales have nearly quadrupled since 1990. If you’re new to the benefits of tea and wondering where to get started, check out our brief introduction to the rich, nuanced world of tea.

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White

White tea is the lightest and most delicate of all types of tea. This is the least processed of all teas and has high levels of antioxidants and low caffeine. The youngest, freshest leaves are simply plucked and dried, so there’s no time for oxidation. If the idea of a subtler flavor appeals to you, you might find your best match in white. It offers a fragrant and sweet taste at any time of the day.

Brew time: For best results, steep for two minutes.

Green

Green Tea, similar to black, is one of the most popular types of tea worldwide, and very popular in Asia. Within the green tea world, there’s a wide range of flavor and color, from Chinese green tea, which is yellowish in color and has a toasted taste, or Japanese green tea that has a darker color and tastes more grassy. Green tea undergoes slightly more processing than white tea and has a little more caffeine. The leaves are heated before they’re rolled, then dried. Still very little oxidation, but that extra step brings out more natural flavor.

Brew time: Similar to white tea, green tea is best brewed no longer than two minutes, or the taste turns bitter.

Oolong

Oolong tea occupies the middle ground between green tea and black tea and is distinguished by highly complex fruit, spice and floral aromas. Bruising or tearing the leaves results in partial oxidation, and a cup with fuller body and richer color. The tea, commonly served in Chinese restaurants, has a seductive floral aroma and smooth finish.

Brew time: Oolong, a heartier tea, fares best with a 3-5 minute brewing period.

Black

Black tea gets its name from the relatively lengthy oxidation period (several hours) that makes it leaves dark. Its color shows up in the cup in pale sienna and red-orange tones. Black tea flavors can be differentiated by region more so than other teas, such as Darjeeling, Assam, and Ceylon. The leaves are rolled and given plenty of time to oxidize before being fired. Black teas are rich, bold, complex and strong and more popular in the West.

Brew time: Same as oolong; 3-5 minutes for optimal taste.

Chai

Chai teas originate from India and are dark (typically made with a black tea base) and full of flavor. In addition to tea leaves, chai tea also includes other aromatic herbs and spices, such as cardamom, ginger and cloves that lead to a spicy full-bodied tea experience.

Brew time: Five minutes to bring out the robustness of all the spices.

Herbal 

Herbal teas can run the gamut between Tulsi, mint, and chamomile to fruit and flower flavors. The distinguishing quality of herbal teas is that they contain no caffeine. This category also includes rooibos, a type of reddish herb tea that is acquired from the aspalathus linearis bush plant that is found in South Africa.

Brew time: Can be brewed longer for a stronger taste without turning bitter.

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