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Flavored Loose Leaf Green Tea



Fruit is one of the most common flavorings for green tea. The flavoring can be added in the form of extracts added to the dried leaves, dried fruit mixed in with the leaves, nuts, and dried flowers. Our collection is a delicious variety of loose leaf green tea flavored with added fruits, flowers, nuts, and flavoring. 

The amount of caffeine in green tea can vary depending on factors such as the type of tea, the method of preparation, and the steeping time. On average, an 8-ounce cup of green tea contains between 20 and 45 milligrams of caffeine. However, some high-quality green teas can have higher caffeine content, up to 60 milligrams per 8-ounce cup.


How many cups of tea can I steep from 1oz of loose leaf tea?

The number of 8oz cups you can steep from 1 oz of loose leaf tea varies depending on the type of tea and the strength of the brew desired, but a general guideline is that 1 oz of loose leaf tea can make approximately 10 to 15 cups of tea. Typically, 1 teaspoon of loose leaf tea (about 2-3 grams) is used per 8oz cup of water. Since 1 oz is approximately 28 grams, this means you can steep roughly 10 cups if you use 2.8 grams per cup, or closer to 14-15 cups if you use slightly less tea per cup. Multiple steepings of high-quality loose leaf teas can further increase the number of cups you can brew from the same leaves.


Free tea sample and tea filter included with every purchase.