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Mountain High Ceylon Tea – 100% Organic – 3.5oz

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Mountain High Ceylon Tea is for those who love a black tea with body but no unpleasantness. This rich Sri Lankan tea is great for breakfast, especially with milk.

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Mountain High Ceylon Tea is a representation of years of tea growing on the island nation of Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon). Previously, their primary crop had been coffee, but a disease called “coffee rust” killed off many plants. Faced with economic ruin, they tried other crops and found success with tea. The terroir has proven a perfect place for creating flavors and aromas unique to their teas. Often used in blends, Ceylon teas add a sweet and rich subtlety to them, but this one is pure Ceylon tea and tastes it in every delicious sip.

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Tea details

Source:

Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon)

Quantity:

3.5 ounces (100 grams)

Features

Dry Tea:

A slight minty plus a bit of cranberry in the aroma

In the Cup:

Wonderful pleasant flavor, with a hint of raisiny quality and no bitter or astringent character; try it chilled or as an iced tea

How to prepare

Amount of Tea:

1 teaspoonfuls per 8 ounces of water

Water Temperature:

212°F (100°C)

Steeping Time:

3 to 5 mins.

Number of Steeps:

2 maximum

More tea info

All ingredients used in this tea blend are organic.

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  • Raisins without the side effects!

    by Sockbert – May 9, 2016

    Raisins, raisins, and more raisins. I love raisins, and I think that's what initially attracted me to Ceylon tea. Mountain High has got that raisin flavor in spades. Enough that when I drink a cup, I picture those claymation California Raisins singing "I Heard It Through the Grapevine." This is a great tea for any time of day, but I suspect it will be my new morning tea. I've not yet tried it with milk, but I'm not sure I'm going to, either, as this is really nice all by itself. Get some!