Green Tea & Pomegranate 20 Tea Bags
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Pomegranate is a deep pink fruit. Its naturally sharp yet sweet flavour blends perfectly with green tea.So take a little moment for yourself and enjoy its refreshing taste.
Nowadays, the Pomegranate is widely grown in south west China and is thought to have been originally brought here by the sea traders amongst their spices, teas and precious stones, which they traded along the legendary route of the "Silk Road".
How do I drink it?
We suggest brewing this tea for a maximum of 2 minutes, any longer and you may lose the delicate taste. Allow one single tea bag per person, boil the kettle and let it cool slightly before pouring.
More About This Product
These teabags are biodegradable, plant-based teabags and will break down within 6 months if placed into a local authority compost caddy, though it may not compost as quickly if left in garden compost (as typically these are not sufficiently hot).
This blend contains all natural flavourings.
This blend is sugar free.
Improving the quality of life in communities where we source our products. Everyone has the right to a decent quality of life and be able to provide for themselves and their families. Twinings already aims to buy from the best tea estates, both in terms of quality and ethics, but even these can be improved further. Find out more about our Sourced with Care initiative.
Green tea with pomegranate flavour.
Green Tea, Natural Pomegranate Flavouring With Other Natural Flavourings (18%)
Blended and packed in Hampshire
|Typical Values||Per 100ml Brewed Green Tea**|
|Energy||3 kJ / 1kcal|
|of which saturates||0g|
|of which sugars||0g|
**Based on a green tea brewed with 200ml water for 2 minutes.
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