Why Cold-brew is better:
NutritionFacts.org, "Cold Steeping Green Tea".
Journal of Food Science and Technology, "Effects of alternative steeping methods".
|Soda / Flavored water||Bottled tea||Juice / Coconut water|
|Real ingredients with|
natural health benefits
|No added sugar||Sometimes||Sometimes|
Compared with other water-alternatives for daily hydration
Our proprietary process involves harvesting our teas at peak seasons by hand, slow heat and then vacuum flash-frozen them. It keeps the nutrition and properties, taste, color and smell. They then go through three processes of sterilizations via Microwave, UV, and Steam. Thanks to our commitment to small-batch, chemical-free production, it’s that we can’t mass produce.
"It's naturally floral and refreshing at the first sip, and also the 2nd , 3rd, 4th, 5th, all the way to my 4th bottle refills. It's just too good to be true. Quality is there."
- Lily M., an early customer from NY.
*Each bottle is 400ml. The numbers are based on the data as of 1st May 2019.
Finally I can find real good jasmine teas. It's not 'artificial' like some others that I had before, esp they source from the origin! I found it amazing.
Classic Jasmine tea! Singaporeans usually don't like teas that are too 'deep', and I found this to be just suitable for me. The floral taste is immense!
I got this as a sample, and was so floored with the taste I ordered more before I was even done with my cup. I'm usually not a fan of aromatic teas, but this is so amazing, I am now addicted. Even my brother is a fan of this after he followed the smell and liked it enough to have to try it too. And he is NOT a tea person. Now he wants a tea maker though!
I ususally drink this tea during yum cha. Actually this is the only tea that I've tried in Chinese restaurant. But I found this tea much different what I've tried in all the Chinese restaurants, the taste is so 'real' - floral and grassy. If you want a 10x better version of the Jasmine tea you tried in Chinese restaurant, you should try this one
I have been looking for authentic Chinese tea for quite a while. IT'S SO GOOD! I have to say, the first time I tried Jasmine tea is when I was in China 3 months ago with a few friends. I had been missing the taste since then (I was using *** wan). I finally found it here! It's real tea.