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Charity Tea Tin - Refresh

Charity Tea Tin - Refresh

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Refresh Green Tea with Lemon and Ginger

Looking for a little extra zing from a green tea? Revitalise with our widely considered ‘pantry staple’ of Refresh loose leaf Green Tea with lemon and ginger. 

Made from organic green tea leaves with a natural dose of caffeine, we have added a refreshing blend of lemon verbena, lemongrass, lemon peel and ginger to truly awaken your senses. 

Refresh Green Tea is available in our elegant Charity Tea™ Signature Black and Gold Tin, and as a refill pack. Each purchase contains approximately 15–20 servings of loose leaf tea (28g net weight).  Currently not available in tea bags.

Organically grown ingredients 

Refresh Green Tea is made from certified organic green tea leaves that have been grown on the rich pastures of New Zealand. Widely recognised as a powerful antioxidant, green tea can play an important role in helping your body to release toxins. 

This special green tea blend is infused with tantalising lemon verbena and lemon peel, together with a hint of zestful ginger. As a much-loved tea, it can help to ease digestion, support the liver and even promote weight loss. 

Added to the blend is a delicious dose of lemongrass, a medicinal plant that is commonly used to regulate blood pressure, ease premenstrual symptoms and also flush away toxins. 

Refresh Green Tea contains: 

  • Organic green tea
  • Lemon verbena
  • Lemongrass
  • Lemon peel
  • Ginger

We only use certified organic green teas in our blends. All other ingredients are organically grown in New Zealand. 

How to brew green tea

Add one or two pinches, or one teaspoon, of Refresh Green Tea to a strainer. Brew in a cup of hot (not boiling) water for five minutes. Remove the strainer and enjoy.

Green teas prefer temperatures of around 65–80 degrees so as not to burn the leaves.

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