Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Announcing cold-brewed iced green tea!

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned that drinking iced green tea actually has a long history in the United States.

Well, Mellow Monk has made carrying on that tradition a whole lot easier with—drumroll, please—Cold-Brewed Iced Green Tea Pouches.

"Cold-brewed" means that you don't have to boil water; simply add one of the ultrafine-mesh nylon tea pouches to a pitcher or other container of water, then stir, put in the refrigerator for 2 hours, and you've got a pitcherful of cold, tasty, healthy iced green tea.

And like all other Mellow Monk teas, this tea is from family-owned and -operated tea farms in the mountains of Aso, Japan.

We're very excited about this new tea, and as far as I know, cold-brewed green tea pouches like these aren't available anywhere else in America. To read more, click here.

Healthy, tasty, and convenient—that's Mellow Monk's Cold-Brewed Iced Green Tea Pouches.

—Mellow Monk

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