Vietnamese Green Tea

Vietnamese green tea is a very traditional Vietnamese style green tea with a distinctive fresh-cut grassy, but surprisingly sweet, flavour – unfolding with a hint of seaweed in later infusions
Tasting Notes:
– Grassy, young rice, sweet, bold
– Smooth & Creamy texture
– Rich taste
Season: Spring Tea
Origin: Tan Cuong Village, Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam
Tea Varietal: Ta (Native Vietnamese varietal cultivated over years to produce traditional Vietnamese green tea)
Brewing Advice:
– Heat water to roughly 80°C/186°F
– Use 1-2 teaspoons per cup/small teapot
– Brew for 15-30 seconds
Packaging: Non-resealable vacuum-sealed bag
Preparation Instructions: Water temperature for making Vietnam traditional green tea should be about 186 degrees Fahrenheit ( 80 degrees Celsius). Green tea is recommended to be steeped for a short amount of time, approximately 1 minute to prevent the tea from becoming too bitter.