Good Earth Teas Green Tea Lemongrass - 25 Tea Bags
Green Tea Lemongrass by Good Earth Teas
Citrus-Sweetness: A clean yet smooth taste. Good Earth Teas Green Tea Lemongrass starts with premium steamed green tea then subtly blended with citrus lemongrass, rose petals and hints of peppermint to delicately cleanse your palate. Enjoy Good Earth Teas Lemongrass Green Tea hot or iced.
- 100% Recycled and Recyclable Carton
- Unbleached Teabag
- Solar Energy Driven
- No MSG
- No Artificial Flavors, Colors, or Preservatives
For over forty years Good Earth Teas have been crafting teas with the most delicious flavors and aromas. Their secret to success is their combination of high quality ingredients and sumptuous blends that together create teas to savor, not just sip.
Make Good Earth Tea a Special Part of Your Every Day
- Start with fresh, cold water. Better water quality makes better tasting tea.
- Place a tea bag in your favorite cup or mug.
- Bring water to a rolling boil for black and herbal teas (or a near boil for white and green teas) and immediately pour over your tea bag.
- Steep for 2-4 minutes (let chai teas steep for 4-6 minutes). Great taste can’t be rushed – it takes the full time to release the tea’s truly delicious flavor.
- Remove the tea bag, relax and enjoy!
Enjoy a Refreshing Glass of Good Earth Iced Tea
- Bring 2 cups of fresh water to a rolling boil for black and herbal teas (or a near boil for white and green teas).
- Add 4-6 tea bags and steep for 5-10 minutes. The longer you steep, the stronger the flavor. Stir before removing tea bags.
- Add 2 cups of cold water.
- Add your favorite sweetener, if desired.
- Serve over ice. Enjoy!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the caffeine content of the various Good Earth Teas?
The following are the caffeine contents of their best selling teas:
(Compared to 100mg caffeine in an 8 oz. cup of coffee)
Black Tea: 50mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
Green Tea: 30mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
White Tea: 20mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
Ginseng Green Tea: 18mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
Decaffeinated Teas: 4mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
Red Teas: 0mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup,
Herbal Teas: 0mg caffeine per 8 oz. cup
Are Good Earth Teas Kosher Certified?
Good Earth Teas are Kosher certified by the Orthodox Union.
How are Good Earth Teas decaffeinated?
Good Earth Teas are naturally decaffeinated using two primary methods.
Their All Natural Green Tea, White Tea, Organic White, Organic Green and Organic Black teas are decaffeinated through a process that
involves putting the tea leaves into water and adding liquid carbon dioxide. When the water and carbon dioxide are drained off, the caffeine washes away too, leaving a decaffeinated tea leaf. Their All Natural Black Tea is decaffeinated using ethyl acetate. Both methods of natural decaffeination are designed to remove the caffeine from the leaves while leaving most of the flavor and antioxidants intact.
What makes Good Earth Tea taste so sweet?
Good Earth Teas have no added sweeteners in the formula. They do not contain any sugar, artificial sweeteners or preservatives. Any
perceived sweetness in the tea is due to the combination of spices and citrus components in the herbs and oils.
Is the tea in my cabinet still good? What is the shelf life of Good Earth Tea?
Tea does not “go bad” like a container of milk. They recommend a shelf life of 2 years from production, and our cartons are marked
with a “Best By” date. Tea may still be fine to drink after two years—it just may lose some of its flavor. If you brew up a cup of tea and it
tastes okay, then it is safe to drink. Remember, boiling water poured over the tea bag that steeps for 5 minutes will extract the most flavor.
Where are Good Earth Teas sourced from, and how do they guarantee safety?
They source their teas, herbs and spices from a variety of locations around the world. These tea growing areas include China, India, Indonesia,
Sri Lanka and others. Their main focus has been to work with reliable growers with whom we have longstanding relationships. This includes visiting and inspecting the production on-site personally or through their brokers or agents. Good Earth Tea has a rigorous testing policy for teas and herbs from growing areas of known concern.
Are their packages recyclable?
All their cartons are recyclable.
Why do they envelope their teas?
What makes Good Earth Teas different are the rich, full-flavored teas they blend. Rather than take pre-mixed blends off the shelf like other
companies, they mix their own premium ingredients on site and blend using liquid flavors for a richer taste. They then allow the blends to develop full flavor and bouquet, sometimes for up to 5 days. It’s not the easy solution, but they think it’s worth taking the extra time to get the flavor just right. When the blends are ready, they pack the tea into teabags and wrap them in foil envelopes to maintain freshness and “lock in” the flavor. Without the envelopes, the flavor would gradually decline resulting in a bland, weaker tea. The envelope material is a mixture of paper, foil and plastic specially chosen to protect these flavors. Unfortunately, the envelopes are not currently recyclable and the recyclable materials available (e.g. paper) do not provide sufficient barrier to lock in the flavor over time. However, their aim is to reduce their environmental impact wherever possible and they have an ongoing project with their suppliers to find more environmentally friendly
materials. When they get a viable solution, they’ll be sure to let you know.
What is the artificial flavor used in the Sweet & Spicy?
The artificial flavor is a spice flavor. Since their blends are what make Good Earth Teas so special, the actual ingredient is proprietary. However, if you have any additional concerns, please feel free to contact Good Earth Tea. There is no MSG, soy, artificial colors or preservatives in any of their blends.
Good Things About Good Earth Tea:
Good Earth Tea contains no sugar, artificial colors or preservatives
All Good Earth Tea is Kosher certified by the Orthodox Union
Good Earth Tea is allergen free, and does not contain MSG or soy
Good Earth Tea is grown in areas that include China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and others, using a rigorous testing policy for teas and herbs
All Good Earth tea tags contain inspirational and motivational quotations
Good Earth. Green Earth.
Hot Tea: Steep one tea bag in a cup of near-boiling water for 3 minutes. Add sweetener if desired.
Iced Tea: Pour 2 cups of near boiling water over 6 tea bags in a quart container. Let steep for 10 minutes. Add 2 cups of cold water. Serve over ice.
Green Tea, Lemongrass, Natural Flavors, Rose Petals and Peppermint.
About Good Earth Teas
Good Earth Tea was one of the first herbal tea companies during the 1970′s in America. In the late 1970′s, they began developing trademark teas for Good Earth restaurants, especially their signature Original Sweet and Spicy Tea. Due to the overwhelming popularity of their teas, they began selling Good Earth Tea in bag form in the California market in 1988. They now offer over 25 different blends of tea – each unique and delicious.
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