Australian Alpine Green Tea

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Set among the alpine heights of Australia's south, this green tea cultivated in the region's gem-like microclimate is reminiscent of the traditional Japanese tea farms. Drinking it will take your palate on a journey through notes of sweet and earthy, alpine gums, and chestnuts, experiment with the evolving flavours - enjoy light and subtle or steep longer to bring out the robust flavour that is creamy and savoury.
All cultivated at home here in Australia.

Serving Suggestion:  best enjoyed when brewed at 80 degrees celsius.

OTHER USES OF GREEN TEA? Not just great to drink, but great as a tea bath and treatment for face and hair.

Is this tea good to bath in?
Green China tea baths may relieve muscle aches, soften your skin, contribute to faster healing of wounds, the minerals that are in it are said to be beneficial to more youthful looking skin and flush unwanted toxins. *Fill your bathtub with hot water, place 5 to 7 teaspoons of green tea into it.

Can we apply green tea on face?
Yes, Take cold green brewed tea in a bowl and with a help of cotton ball, dab it on your face. Use it regularly for four weeks to have better results

Can you use green tea on hair?
Some experts say that green tea contains antioxidants that may benefit your hair in a variety of ways.Green tea is said to be not only effective at flushing out toxins from the body, but it also can makes your hair shine. It may help to stimulate hair growth, may reduce hair loss, and may remove oiliness from scalp, and assist to reduce dandruff.
Here's how to do a bomb green tea hair rinse at home:
  1. Boil 2 cups of water.
  2. Steep 4 teaspoons of green tea leaves in the water for at least 1 hour.
  3. Pour the tea into a clean spray bottle.
  4. Wash your hair with shampoo.
  5. Separate your wet hair into small sections.
  6. Spray a solid amount of the tea onto your scalp and massage it in.

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