A Japanese sencha GREEN TEA BLEND using pomegranate arils, freeze-dried red currants, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, mallow blossoms, and natural flavor. See below for details.
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A Japanese sencha GREEN TEA BLEND using pomegranate arils, freeze-dried red currants, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, mallow blossoms, and natural flavor. Naturally sweet and refreshing. Will remind you of a “dessert wine in a teacup”.
MODERATELY CAFFEINATED (approx 30% of the caffeine as coffee)
AVAILABLE AS:1 LBBulkPack, 3 OZ Package, 3.5 OZ Tin, 1 OZ TastingSample
Package size is 3 ounces of full leaf tea, which yields approximately 37-38 first cups. Tin size is 4 ounces which yields about 43-44 first cups. Bulk one pound is available for about 200 cups. Tasting sample is 1 ounce for about 10-12 cups.
BREWING: One full teaspoon for every 8 oz of 175-180°F fresh water. Steep for 2-3 minutes or longer to desired taste.
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The Kokopelli - A 1930's term given to one of the most recognized images found in historic cultural heritage sites in the southwest:
More accurately named “The Fluteplayer” is found in rock art petroglyphs (carved) and pictographs (painted or dyed) from somewhere around 100 AD to 1400 AD. The classic design includes a hump, a phallus, and a flute. Occasionally the legs appear deformed, sometimes shown with animals, and even associated with rain making. The Fluteplayer is thought to be identified, or translated today, as a minstrel, hunter, bringer of rain, and a fertility figure (but no one really knows).
The image on our package was photographed approximately in 2010 by Dan & Eileen during a hike in the Red Rock Secret Canyon Wilderness. During an off-trail segment, at an undisclosed heritage site rich in pictographs, our guide led us to this rather famous image of the reclining fluteplayer (notice the rain falling of it’s back).