Twinings Green Tea, 25 Count Bagged Tea (6 Pack)

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.

Product Features

  • Pack of six, 25-count, total of 150-count
  • Pure and Natural green tea; smooth in flavor and refreshing taste
  • Soothing blend of select green tea leaves; decaffeinated; smooth and refreshing; with a light golden color ; Mild, Sencha-style tea; pure and natural; made from leaves of the Camellia Sinesis plant
  • Natural source of antixodants
  • Made in London

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  1. ♡ Twinings Pomegranate Black Tea ♡ First of all, I have to say that I am a big fan of Twinings tea. I usually drink Twinings jasmine green tea (so good!), but I found this black tea for a great price and I had to try it. I have never had a pomegranate tea before and I was thoroughly surprised that this tea turned out to be so delicious. The taste is fruity but not overwhelming. The flavor reminded me of a blackberry tea that I use to drink years ago. I was always searching for a replacement for that tea (since discontinued) and…

  2. Twinings has hit a home run with Pomegranate Delight! I usually don’t drink flavored teas because most taste very artificial. Being a lover of black tea and pomegranate, I decided to give this a try. I’m so glad I did! If you like a premium black tea and the taste of pomegranate, you’ll love Pomegranate Delight. It also makes great iced tea. In that case, I use two tea bags with 8 oz. of boiled water and let it steep for 5 full minutes. When it has cooled to lukewarm, I pour it over ice. Wether hot or iced, to get the full flavor, let it steep…

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