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Organic Sabah Tea

An awesome tea from Malaysia given by my son who did some mountaineering there.

This tea has the freshness that is so unique, i have never tasted anything commercial like this before.

Packaged cleverly because it comes in a  re-usable box that's neat, but the  real package is made of  foil which i think is non biodegradable.. ooops..

"Sabah tea is cultivated in the pristine foothills of Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia,  first ever world heritage site, where nature offer the most conducive natural environment for tea growing. Only choice tender leaves from quality 'camellia sinensis (black tea) plants are selected and used in Sabah Tea. Grown naturally and pesticide free and excellent source of flavonoids."

For more information on sabah tea look here .

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