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Pure Matcha Green

£ 12.79
30 g | 15 cups

Mint Matcha Green

£ 14.39
30 g | 15 cups

Turmeric Matcha Green

£ 14.39
30 g | 15 cups

Tulsi Green

£ 5.59
100 g | 50 cups

Selim Hill Classic Spring Green Tea

£ 7.99
100 g | 40 cups

Nilgiri Jasmine Green Tea

£ 10.39
100 g | 40 cups

Moroccan Mint Green Tea

£ 7.99
100 g | 40 cups

Lemon Dew Green

£ 8.79
100 g | 40 cups

Green Tea Mix

£ 11.20
18 Teabags | 18 cups

Kashmiri Kahwa

£ 8.79
100 g | 40 cups

Calming Chamomile Green Tea

£ 6.39
100 g | 40 cups

Barnesbeg Special Summer Green Tea

£ 9.59 £ 4.80 49% Off
100 g | 40 cups


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What is Green Tea?

Green tea originated in China and is now produced and consumed in all parts of the world for its healthy properties. Made from young tea leaves that are plucked towards the end of the harvest season, Green tea, especially fresh organic tea is a great beverage to include in your health regime.



Types of Green Tea


Green tea is manufactured by heating freshly plucked leaves at very high temperature, after which they are rolled and dried. However, the fresh leaves of the green tea plant can be heated in different ways depending on the type of tea that is desired. Unlike your regular tea grading system, green tea is graded by the manufacturer depending on the style of the finished leaf. The two most common tea grades would include the folded leaf green tea such as the Chinese Longjing and Japanese sencha, and the twisted leaf, such as the Chun Mee or Nepal’s Ilam greens.


Green tea can be processed in a variety of ways to obtain various flavours. Depending on how the tea is processed the chemical and aromatic composition of the green tea is affected, offering a variety of flavours that can be compared to cooked vegetables, charred greens, grass, nuts, or citrus.


In India, most of the green tea is grown in the estates of Darjeeling at high altitudes, giving the tea a unique astringent flavour. Green tea is also grown in other regions like the Nilgiri but unlike the Darjeeling green tea, the Nilgiri green tea has a more vegetal, strong taste to it. Loose leaf green tea is often combined with various other ingredients to create a variety of green tea flavours such as Mint green tea, chamomile tea and basil green tea. Green tea with lemon and iced green tea is also gaining popularity for its weight loss properties.



Health Benefits of Green Tea


Fresh loose leaf green teas have become an important addition to the diet of those seeking to live a fitter life. Its antioxidants and low caffeine qualities have made the tea a healthy alternative to other drinks. The best green teas contain antimutagenic, antidiabetic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and hypocholesterolemic properties that come from the green tea polyphenols. In addition to this, the catechins and antioxidants in green tea leaves offer a number of health benefits. Green tea benefits include:

1. Boosting metabolism
2. Acting as an anti-ageing agent
3. Aiding weight loss