Lovely, bright, and herbaceous—that’s merely the start of the
list of compliments you’ll give to this beautifully handcrafted
green tea from Young Living. As soon as you open the box, you’ll be
met with a lively bouquet of vanilla and citrus. Perfect for
post-meditation or an afternoon pickme- up, Vanilla Lemongrass
Green Tea opens with a surprising introduction of sweetly
herbaceous flavors. These notes subtly melt into a brighter taste
of lemongrass before finishing with an earthy hint of licorice.
Carefully crafted with natural citrus notes that ebb into a softly
sweet buttery finish, Vanilla Lemongrass Green Tea is elevated by
Orange Vitality™ essential oil.
Vanilla Lemongrass Tea Product Information Page
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Organic Chun Mee green tea, Organic clouds
and mist green tea, Organic lemongrass, Organic licorice root,
Natural lemon flavor, Organic vanilla flavor
Lovely and bright, this blend of traditional
Chinese green teas is perfect for an afternoon boost. Herbaceously
sweet with defined notes of lemongrass, this tea will refresh the
mind and motivate your body and soul!
Boil 8 oz. of water in your favorite teapot.
Place tea bag in mug. Pour 8 oz. of near-boiling water over tea
bag. Steep covered for 5 minutes. Remove tea bag. Infuse with Young
Living essential oils.
Keep out of reach of children. If you
are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical
condition, consult a health professional prior to use.
Get to Know
Beautifully balanced with a playful citrus
zing, Vanilla Lemongrass Green Tea is a lovely balance of Clouds
and Mist and Chun Mee green teas. Harvested in the Zhejiang
Province in China, Clouds and Mist green tea has an earthy taste
with a hint of smoky citrus and a buttery finish. Harvested in the
spring from tender tea buds, this celebrated plant—known as “green
gold”—is one of China’s imperial tribute teas. Chun Mee leaves are
a classic, traditional tea beloved by many people in China. The
Chun Mee leaves used in Vanilla Lemongrass Green Tea are harvested
in the Huangshan Mountain area and are hand-rolled by the people of
the Jiangxi, Zhejiang, and Anhui provinces.