Prince of Peace is a brand you can trust. Our company has been providing quality tea products since 1985. Our organic teas are certified organic by ECOCERT ICO, USA. Instead of expensive advertising campaigns, we’ve chosen to keep our prices low, and let you tell others.
Prince of Peace often is a supporter of world relief efforts. Our Key emphasis is providing care to orphaned children with special health needs at the Prince of Peace Children’s Home in China, which serves over 100 orphans. For monthly updates, please visit: www.popsfoundation.org/newsletters.htm
Tea has been enjoyed for several thousand years. In many countries, it is a part of culture, everyday life, and even regarded as an art form. Tea brings people together, is relaxing and is good for your health.
Our 100% white tea leaves and buds are picked at a young age, and goes through the Zhenge-style of processing which gives the tea a richer aroma, a fuller body, and a deeper dark color. White tea’s antioxidant content is greater than that of green tea. A typical cup of white tea has about 10-20mg of caffeine, and cup of coffee ranges from 100-180mg.
Place one tea bag in a 6 fl. oz. cup, add hot water and let it steep for 3-5 minutes before drinking. Sweeten to taste – we recommend using Prince of Peace® Honey CrystalsTM
Ingredients: Organic white tea leaves
Net Weight: 100 tea bags x 1.8g (6.35oz / 180g)
Product of China
Certified Organic by: ECOCERT
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- P of P White Tea - A true find Review by Elvis
Now, I am thrilled that there are quality white teas harvested and made available to tea drinkers. Incidentally, since coffee came along in the late 18th century, to my knowledge, tea was the drink of preference throughout the world, including the non asiatic world.
What is amazing still is that after more than a year the tea tasted identically to the tea I steeped more than a year earlier and without the box to insulate the tea bags further.
I will be ordering more of this tea, comparing other brands with it, but I will no doubt be indebted to Prince of Peace® for transitioning me to a wonderful new type of tea. Black tea has its place in my menu, but only as a stimulant, which these days I rarely need. (Posted on 11/23/2016)