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Earl Grey Jasmine Monkey King

$3.25

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For bergamot lovers, jasmine lovers, and green tea lovers, this tea tops the list. An intriguing combination of flavors and aromas that can pull you right out of a boring afternoon while you read the exciting story of the Monkey King in the Chinese legend "Journey to the West" written in the Ming Dynasty by Wu Chen-En.

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The Monkey King legend from 1500s China holds that Monkey was born of rock and was a mischievous fellow who demanded immortality from the gods. The story is a pseudo-historical account of a monk (Xuanzang) who went to India in the 7th century to seek Buddhist scriptures to bring back to China. The principle story consists of eighty-one calamities suffered by Monkey and his guardians Tripitaka and Sandy, who are monks, and Pigsy, a pig.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 170°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 3 minutes.

Ingredients:

China green tea, jasmine flowers, and bergamot oil,

Origin:

Blend

For bergamot lovers, jasmine lovers, and green tea lovers, this tea tops the list. An intriguing combination of flavors and aromas that can pull you right out of a boring afternoon while you read the exciting story of the Monkey King in the Chinese legend "Journey to the West" written in the Ming Dynasty by Wu Chen-En.

Extra Info:

The Monkey King legend from 1500s China holds that Monkey was born of rock and was a mischievous fellow who demanded immortality from the gods. The story is a pseudo-historical account of a monk (Xuanzang) who went to India in the 7th century to seek Buddhist scriptures to bring back to China. The principle story consists of eighty-one calamities suffered by Monkey and his guardians Tripitaka and Sandy, who are monks, and Pigsy, a pig.

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to 170°F. Add 1 tsp of tea leaves to an 8oz cup. Pour boiling water over the tea leaves and let steep 3 minutes.

Ingredients:

China green tea, jasmine flowers, and bergamot oil,

Origin:

Blend

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This was the first tea I ever tasted from NM Tea Co; and it was served to me by a friend in NM who frequents your shop. I had never tasted any tea so intriguing and I HAD to order more. This particular batch is just as palatable as the last: floral, multi-layered and, frankly, addictive! By far, my all-time favorite tea of yours.

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5 Stars

this is a great tea. floral with a hint of citrus, and not too perfumey, i didn't find either the bergamot or the jasmine to be too overpowering of the green teas taste. a good pick me up type of tea.

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5 Stars
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