Fusion Teas

1905 University Business Dr

Suite 604

McKinney, TX 75071

Local: (972) 372-4832

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New Green Teas

New Green Teas

Enjoy these new green teas just in time for the change of seasons.

Green teas offer a wide variety of flavor profiles to discover. We’ve added three organic green teas to our collection this Fall and they are beauties!

Steamed Korean Jeoncha is rich and brothy and is a fantastic low-cost alternative to Japanese Gyokuro. A unique raw Sheng Pu-erh from Yunnan is a feast for the senses. Last but not least, our single-origin Dragonwell is renowned for its subtle savory note.

Premium green tea provides a natural way to take in more antioxidants, including powerful EGCG. The antioxidants in green tea fight harmful free radicals in your body and help keep you in full health!

Organic Jeoncha Korean Green Tea

Organic Jeoncha Korean Green Tea

Jeoncha’s long, needle-shaped leaves emit bold scents of seaweed and spinach. This first flush Korean green tea is full of nuanced flavors with notes of seaweed and grass. The golden-green infusion offers a brothy and smooth brew. Its vegetal flavors are at the forefront while a sweetness lingers on the palate.

Organic Sheng (Raw) Pu-erh Green Tea

Organic Sheng (Raw) Pu-erh Green Tea

The appearance of the infusion is a lovely pale golden-green with almost a rose tinge. Its aroma is earthy with a slightly sweet floral note. Each sip brings notes of wildflower honey, green hay and dried apricots. A refreshing astringency adds crispness to the finish.

Organic Dragonwell Green Tea

Organic Dragonwell Green Tea

This organic Dragonwell is delicate and well-balanced. Its brew emits subtly sweet aromas of fresh-cut grass and toasted chestnut with light floral hints. The liquor’s light, golden body and herbaceous flavors meld into a tasteful cup. Dragonwell green tea is pan-fired, which adds a subtle savory note. The leaves of Dragonwell are wide and flat with a light to medium green color.

Curious about how to brew green tea? Check out our Tea 101 page to learn the right water temperature and steeping time.

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