Jade Stream - Organic Wild-Harvested Green Tea
Jade Stream - Organic Wild-Harvested Green Tea Jade Stream - Organic Wild-Harvested Green Tea Jade Stream - Organic Wild-Harvested Green Tea Jade Stream - Organic Wild-Harvested Green Tea
£20.00
Like a high mountain stream this wild-harvested green tea is cool, refreshing and invigorating. Smooth and fresh with herbal notes - it is the perfect everyday green tea.

Like a high mountain stream this wild-harvested green tea is cool, refreshing and invigorating. Smooth and fresh with herbal notes - it is the perfect everyday green tea.

Flavour Sweet, smooth and vegetal with light herbal notes.
Character

Cooling. Refreshing. Awakening.

Like all good green teas, Jade Stream is sweet with a balancing hint of bitterness. A fresh, spring green tea - it tends to cool and refresh the body, quench the thirst and simultaneously awaken the mind. Perfect to counteract the dry heat of summer but can be enjoyed all year round especially if you tend to easily overheat.

Origin Jade Stream is an organic, wild-harvested living tea from the mountains of Northern Vietnam.
Quantity 50g (30p per serving)

Jade Stream should ideally be made with cooler water at about 80. It can also be cold brewed. For cold brewing with cold or room temperature water reduce the amount of tea leaves to 1 teaspoon (2g) per 300 ml.

The traditional way to make living tea is to use a small pot with a generous amount of leaves. The leaves are then used for multiple, short infusions. Living tea made this way brings out all of its taste, vibrancy and complexity.

   Tea Temperature Time Infusions
Quicker (100ml) 1 tbsp 75-85C 45-60 secs 4-5
Kyusu (250ml) 1 tbsp 75-85C 60-90 secs 4-5
Travel Flask (300ml) 1 tbsp 75-85C 60-120 secs 4-5
Cold Brew (300ml) 1 tsp Cold Water 2-24 hours 2-3

Cooling. Sweet - Bitter. Descending. Can support clearing of Heat patterns (see below). Unsuitable for patients with patterns of Cold, Yang Deficiency or Blood Stasis.

Like Cloud Pass, Jade Stream’s energetic nature changes with different brewing temperatures. Brewed with cooler water (10- 70) it will be Sweet(er) in flavour and Cooling in nature which makes it ideal for drinking during the summer and to support the clearing of mild Heat patterns. Brewed with hotter water (80- 100) it becomes more Cold, Bitter and Descending in nature. This can be helpful in clearing fuller Heat patterns.

Nature Cool-Cold
Movement Descending
Element Wood