Australian Green Tea with Lemon Myrtle and Lemongrass
Australian grown Sencha Green Tea brings together Australian Native Lemon Myrtle and Lemongrass to provide you with a unique and refreshing cup of tea.
Grown in Australia using only the best leaves and traditional steaming and rolling techniques. Sencha tea is a thirst-quenching tea with its own flavours and aroma.
Here at The Tea Chest our teas are all hand blended made in small batches, packaged in heat sealed foil lined bags with tear off resealable zip lock enclosure to help maintain freshness. Blended and packaged in the rainforest surrounds of Far North Queensland.
The Tea Chest is a small family, and operated business producing a treasure of teas.
Caffeine Class: Low
How it tastes: refreshingly zesty with a lemony lime fragrance
Why its special: A perfect union of Australian Sencha Green Tea and Australian Native Lemon Myrtle and Lemongrass. This tea will never fail to please. Its refreshing aroma and taste are the perfect cup anytime of the day. Try a cold brew in the summer time.
Green Tea benefits: Sencha tea is renowned to have many excellent health benefits, including its ability to prevent chronic diseases, reduce blood pressure, balance cholesterol levels, aid in weight loss, protect the immune system, increase energy, and stimulate cognitive activity.
Lemongrass Benefits: there are believed to be many health benefits to drinking Lemongrass in a tea. The leaves are high in folic acid, Vitamin C and Vitamin B. Lemongrass is also known to have a calming effect on a nervous stomach and can help improve digestion.
Lemon Myrtle Benefits: Lemon myrtle is reported to have anti-fungal, anti-viral and calmative qualities. Indigenous Australians have long used Lemon Myrtle as a healing plant flavouring food. Australian Native Lemon Myrtle; often described as a combination of lemon, lime and lemongrass. Lemon Myrtle has a desirably fresh fragrance.
Follow our brewing guide or experiment to find your perfect cup.
To Serve: Heat 250mls of water to 70-80 degrees. Add 2 teaspoons of tea and allow to infuse for 90 seconds, to give a light yellow-green liquor. Can be infused 2 or 3 times. Can also be consumes chilled on a hot summer’s day.
Tea Type: Green Tea - Camellia sinensis