1. Heat water to 175˚F.
2. Place tea in cup and pour water over the leaves.
3. Steep for 2-4 minutes.
For loose leaf iced teas, use 2 tsp per 8oz glass.
When I first opened the can I was not impressed with the rather tarty/strong smell of the tea. However, once I prepared it, it turned out to be an extremely delicious tea. It is actually one my favorites now. I usually have 1 cup for breakfast (before switch over to coffee).
This tea is rare to find in the West. For the simple fact that it has Yuzu. Yuzo contains more vitamin C than berries persimmons and citrus combined. The other great aspect f this is that it also has the “honey” flavor (yet it’s actually propolis) which is also powerful for immunity. This bright and uplifting Yuzu yet mellow and soothing honey are perfectly matched with high-quality green tea. It is not Japanese green tea, which is far too influenced by its Ocean influence in is flavor. It is high quality Chinese green tea which has a herbaceous taste that matches and is complemented by the Yuzu and honey. This tea is a masterpiece of healing and immune support. And even aromatherapeutic for the simple fact that Yuzu has a pungent yet soothing scent. I use this to relax calm down and brighten up when I need a break. I could really buy this for a lifetime. I am concerned though because, while abroad I heard rumors that it’s being discontinued? Maybe in other countries and not here perhaps? Anyone know anything about this? Anyhow if you’re looking for something soothing warm uplifting and mellow this is the tea.