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Dragonfruit Green Tea is a blend of lemongrass, raspberry, pomegranate, kiwi, and dragonfruit. A combination of white, green, and ‘kukicha’ or twig teas, in other words, a veritable rainforest of flavor.
This tea is part of our Rainforest Collection of Teas created to celebrate the Ann Goldstein Children’s Rainforest Garden at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. A safe, natural place for young children and their families. Visit, and above all, you will develop a life-long appreciation for the living world through outdoor play, discovery, and learning.
The four elements of a Rainforest include; the Forest Floor, a Shrub Layer or Understory, the Canopy Layer, and an Emergent Layer. Local Tea Company uses these components as a guide in naming our Rainforest Collection of Teas.
Join us in celebrating the world’s rainforests and those dedicated to protecting these living treasures.
- Which Green tea is Best? Our Dragonfruit tea is delicious and many like this tea the best.
- Why is Green tea good for you? Dragonfruit has a plethora of health benefits and matches nicely with the sencha-style tea.
- How much Green Tea is too much? You can’t get enough of this dragon!
You can make 20 to 25 cups of tea from 2 oz of loose leaf Dragonfruit Green Tea. Steep all our teas multiple times, for instance, and enjoy even more cups of great tea.
Brewing Instructions for Dragonfruit Green Tea
Green tea is semi-oxidized leaves from the camellia sinensis. Flavors and aromas vary greatly depending on the season of harvest, country of origin, and method used to process. Finally, use water between 176-194 degrees and similarly steep between 2-3 minutes.
Store in a dry place.