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Dammann Freres Bali Green Loose Leaf Tea in Tin 3.17oz/90g

Dammann Freres Bali Green Loose Leaf Tea in Tin 3.17oz/90g

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This delicate green tea offers a harmonious blend of fresh, exotic fruit and floral notes. Its subtle aroma makes for a delightful drink, enjoyable both hot and cold. Features jasmine green tea, aromas of lychee, grapefruit, blood peach and rose.

Product may contain incidental traces of nuts and peanuts.

Ingredients: Green tea, jasmine green tea, flower petals, flavors (lychee, grapefruit, bush peach) and rose essential oil.
Aroma: Exotic fruits and floral notes.
Flavor: Lychee, grapefruit, peach
Packaging: Tin

Imported from Europe
Preparation: For best taste, we recommend fresh water heated between 176-194°F and a steep time of 3-4 mins.
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