When you taste Tie Guan Yin for the first time it is hard to believe the flavor is natural. In fact, some lesser quality teas have been known to put chemicals on their Tie Guan Yin’s to enhance the creamy flavor they are famous for. The good news for you is that we don’t even use chemicals in our packaging, let alone in our teas. Instead, we found a small farm where the farmers go through eight different steps to provide a top notch tea. The result is a tea that is better than any chemically “enhanced” tea you will find.
Organic Oolong Tea
Our Tie Guan Yin is a mountain grown tea from the Fujian Province in China. The farm is nestled in a remote location between mountains, which provides it protection from pollution and any pesticides that other farms may use. This particular farm uses only organic fertilizer that does not have any pesticides, herbicides, or other dangerous chemicals.
No matter how many pictures, reviews and descriptions you look at, we know that it is hard to really know if a tea is going to be tasty. With our “Pay It Forward” guarantee you no longer have to worry! If, for any reason, you decide that you do not like any of our teas, we will refund 100% of your money and you don’t even have to return the loose tea. This means no shipping labels, trips to the post office and no risk in buying our teas!
Organic is just the beginning. We investigate each tea to ensure purity
All teabags contrain plastic. That’s why we refuse to use them
We never use GMO’s, irradiation,or synthetic preservatives
We only use real ingredients. Not chemical filled flavorings
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Here is a quick guide to how many cups of brewed tea each of our serving sizes makes.
If you would like to know more about how we came up with these calculations plus how to figure out cost per serving check out this article.