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A Quick Tip by Kort_Kramer

  • Oct 22, 2010
With green tea it is easy to over brew if you leave the tea bag in the water too long or have the water too hot. Try seeping for two minutes in water that has been off boil for about 5 minutes. The taste may be lighter but you may be amazed to find the flavor sweeter and less astringent/bitter.
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review by . October 17, 2010
I've long been a steady coffee drinker for quite a few years. Lately, as more stress has piled upon my plate or maybe it's because I'm getting older, I've noticed that the coffee I've been drinking has given me all the negative side effects of caffeine. I don't drink more than one or two cups a day, so this was a little odd. I figured I'd stave off of it for a couple of days but, I still needed my caffeine. Enter Celestial Seasonings Green Tea with Honey, Lemon and Ginseng.   …
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In 1969, a group of passionate young entrepreneurs founded Celestial Seasonings upon the belief that their flavorful, all-natural herbal teas could help people live healthier lives. They harvested fresh herbs from the Rocky Mountains by hand, and then dried, blended and packaged them in hand-sewn muslin bags to be sold at local health food stores. By staying committed to their vision, the founders of Celestial Seasonings turned their cottage industry into an almost overnight success.

Today, Celestial Seasonings is the largest specialty tea manufacturer in North America. We serve more than 1.6 billion cups of tea every year, and we source more than 100 different ingredients from over 35 countries to create our delicious, all-natural herbal, green, red, white, chai and wellness teas. But most importantly, we're still about people and passion.


Products: Green, Black, White, Red, All-Natural Herbal Teas; Kombucha; culinary spices

Where to buy: Local grocery stores, Whole Foods, Health Food Stores, Online

Price Range: $3-$28

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