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Uncle Lee's Organic Green Tea
100 tea bags

The Organic Green Tea (camellia sinensis) comes from high in the mountains of the Fujian Province of China and is grown without pesticides, with natural fertilizer and with careful attention for the preservation of the ecosystem. the caffeine content of our organic green tea is approximately 20 to 30 mg. of caffeine per cup. (Black tea contains 80 to 120 mg. and coffee contains 100 to 200 mg.) Tea bags are oxygen bleached. Green tea is considered to be one of the healthiest beverages you can drink on the planet today. Full of health promoting antioxidants, our 100% Organic Legends of China Green Tea will provide you with the finest tea leaves for your tea drinking enjoyment and good health. Plus, with 100 bags per box, you will love the value.


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Karine: a couple of weeks ago

Having 4 to 5 cups a day can't leave with out this green tea!


sue: a few months ago

good flavour


Rhonda: a few months ago

Nice green tea..one of my fav...boughtvsome forbgists Well.ca very good company to deal with


sue: a few months ago

good flavour


Jean-Francois: a few months ago

Love this tea. I do like Tiffany, another reviewer, suggested and bought it with Inari Organic Golden Cane Sugar and was she right. These are delicious together.


sue: a few months ago

love this great tasting green tea


Stephanie: a few months ago

Yummy tea and great price.


Tiffany: about a year ago

I love uncle lee's green tea. Seriously the best i have ever had. Doesn't taste grassy at all. I would have it with Inari Organic Golden Sugar and it is the bomb!


jennifer: about a year ago

I buy this tea every time, and love when it goes on sale!


Mark: about a year ago

New paper pouch packaging for each tea bag. This has fixed the problem with the old plastic pouches, where the tea bag would also usually rip open when you tore the pouch.

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