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I had to go off on a variety of errands, which seemed like a good excuse to try out my marvelous new JoeMo tea travel mug that I got through one of the Steepster Select offers (via TeaFrog) and this cold-brewed iced tea from Den’s Tea. I’m so glad I did! All I had to do was place the little pyramid silk tea bag in the tea holder of the mug (which works for loose tea as well), pour in cold water and wait. Den’s Tea suggests an hour, but I was impatient and was sipping wonderful mango flavored iced tea in 45 minutes. The mug is a revelation. It is sturdy, cleverly designed, has a lift out tea strainer, and a mechanism that makes drinking out of the mug a great deal more pleasurable than most travel mugs. I highly recommend it. Here is the link: http://teafrog.com/teas/joemo-xl-tea-travel-mug.html

On to the tea! I was surprised. It was tasty, well-flavored, non-bitter and basically delicious. I didn’t think that cold-brewing would work that well, but it did. The tea has a creamy mango sencha flavor that went well with my errands. Also highly recommended.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more
takgoti

Oooh! I have the travel mug from Teas Etc. that I enjoy, but I like the look of this one, too. Bookmark’d!

Also, I have no recollection of this on SS. Must have missed it. Humph.

Carolyn

It was either right before or right after the Soropot so I imagine you were in your little Soropot heaven fugue state. I think this is the best travel tea device I’ve ever seen.

takgoti

Likely true! Ok, I think this is going to finish off my next round of tea purchasing. I’m going to try and be good and wait until next month. We’ll see how well that works.

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90
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
27 tasting notes

I had heard this tea was “strong” so I hesitated to try it, but once I did I was not disappointed! It’s flavor is “strong”, but not bitter. It simply has a strong tea flavor, similar to that of sencha, but with a different feel in the mouth. Very tasty.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

MECHA!:) Have you tried sencha? Just wondering if you think it tastes as much like it as I do.

Ken Durocher

It really does taste like sencha, which makes sense I guess, being the by product of sencha “sifting”. But you’d think being a by product would be a bad thing :P

Cofftea

Oh my gosh I’m such an idiot. I ment matcha, not sencha. duh…

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85

A very nice medium quality sencha. Affordable and delicious.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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90

Plain genmaicha is nice, but this genmaicha extra green gives it a slightly more sweet green tea flavor, and really balances it will.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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88
drank Sencha Fuka-midori by Den's Tea
8 tasting notes

This was my first real sencha, so I can’t compare it to others but I can say it was quite good. I got four good infusions out of it (60s, 20s, 30s, 60s). All were pretty consistent, although 2 and 3 had a stronger flavor than 1 and 4. This was also my first order with Den’s, and they sent me all kinds of tea catalogs and brochures and information. Very nice.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I love the sampler and the brewing parameters sheet! Den’s is just amazing in general. I’ve gotten one tea as a swap, made one purchase, and will make more.

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60
drank Apple Sencha by Den's Tea
161 tasting notes

Made a quick cup as I’m getting ready to leave the office. Apple-licious…and tastes even better considering I’m about to be off work for 4 days in a row. Sweet!

Merry Christmas and happy holidays everyone!

I’ll be back after the break to post and read about all of the teas we will be getting for Christmas. crosses fingers

Angrboda

Merry Christmas, Lena. :)

TeaEqualsBliss

Woot! Woot! Thumbs up to 4 days off!

Hyrulehippie

Merry Christmas! I think there may be either some tea or a gift certificate with my name on it under the tree! o yay for everyone knowing I’m a junkie.

takgoti

Merry Christmas!!!

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I agree with Ricky, I think there’s matcha in it… although if there is, it bothers me that it isn’t listed on the package. I’m all about the product name living up to the actual product (especially in taste). Ok… so the predicament is how much water to use. The catalog says that they’re extra big to make a couple cups (12-16oz) but a serving of sencha is 4oz which means it’d make 3-4 cups. Well, I’ll meet them in the middle and make a 12oz cup.

Once it steeps there is a small amount of residue on the water line, not nearly as much is normally present in matcha dusted tea so that makes me think that the leaves are just so small some of them powdered. The liquor is extremely light green with a tint of yellow- a slightly lighter, more translucent version of the 2nd to last smiley from the right.

The taste definitely matches the liqour. While there is a very faint taste of what I think might be matcha (darn congestion) most of it is just green tea. This definitely can make 2 cups, but the volume varies based on the type of tea in the bag. I’d use 8-12oz of water instead of the recommended 12-16.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 1 min, 0 sec
Ricky

I made it 12oz as well, I couldn’t figure it out.

Cofftea

I’m not going to bother buying another bag, but I’d like to do a side by side taste test of an 8oz cup vs 12.

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76
drank Sencha Fuka-midori by Den's Tea
359 tasting notes

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Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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77
drank Apple Sencha by Den's Tea
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Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 1 min, 15 sec
Cofftea

This is what got me into Den’s Tea. Love it:)

Ricky

But the question is, are there better Japanese green tea! Samovar!

Cofftea

Don’t get me started on Samovar lol- I want their tea mill! =P It’s just so stinking expensive.

Ricky

Are you really considering purchasing it!??! Haha, I want a sorapot, sorta, not really. I’m going to get someone to get it for me, ohhh that’s what friends are for :D

Cofftea

I’m wanting a tea mill. If I can find a cheaper one, I’m definitely gonna go cheaper. Someone suggested a spice mill that’s a heck of a lot cheaper from a place that specifically deals w/ Chinese products, not Japanese- so that’s 2 strikes against that one. I’ve gotten so burned buying things online in the past I want to make sure I’m going to get exactly what I want even if it costs $290.

Cofftea

~oops, a flour mill, not a spice mill.

Ricky

I was going to say just get a coffee / spice grinder =D

Cofftea

Not for this matcha addict;)

Jillian

Samovar might have better green tea but their shipping price are EEEEEVIL! ;)

Cofftea

@Jillian, I was so shocked w/ the price of the tea mill I didn’t even dare look at shipping LOL.

Ricky

I’m sure it isn’t that bad for me =P, but I’m waiting for them to have samplers!

teaplz

Samovar = $8 shipping, sometimes more.

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98
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
865 tasting notes

Sigh… I still have my headache so I need something comforting w/ caffeine and a short steeping time (I have no patience waiting for tea when I’m not feeling well) so I went for this. Sadly I’m running very low on my sample… maybe another teaspoon if I’m lucky. :(

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
jennlea

Hope you feel better soon!

LENA

Feel better!!! :)

Cofftea

Thanks ladies. 2nd infusion, 1 min. Still tryinfg to get rid of my headache.

Cofftea

3rd infusion, 1min 20sec. Still trying to get rid of this frickin headache.

Cofftea

4th infusion, 1min 40sec. My headache is finally gone!

fcmonroe

Yeah for headaches going away!

Cofftea

Yeah, especially a 24 hr one!

Cofftea

5th infusion, 2min w/ dinner- tea dry rubbed chicken nachos.

I ♥ NewYorkCiTEA

Glad that you’re headache is finally gone. I always have this grateful bliss once a really bad one is over.

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98
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
865 tasting notes

Well, after my lucious drinking chocolate and my unexpected tea purchase I decided to finish my infusions of mecha that I started last nite. Infusion 2. Taking my aunt out for egg nog pancakes at Ihop later. She loves anything egg nog. To quote Michelle Tanner from Full House, I think this is gonna be a “yummy in the tummy” kind of day!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec
TeaEqualsBliss

I LOVE FULL HOUSE!!!!

Cofftea

Remember the episode where they were doing the marshmallow gingle and she ate too many? That wasn’t “yummy in the tummy”… :(

Cofftea

Infusion 3, 1 min 20 sec w/ 6oz fat free blackberry yogurt to keep me from eating too much @ IHOP later. ??thinks Hmmm… how would I go about making a blackberry flavored matcha…? ??

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98
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
865 tasting notes

Ok, what to have w/ my mecha? I don’t want anything too heavy incase mom wants to bring supper home. There’s that lettuce in there that should get eaten… A salad w/ carrot, cucumber, dried cranberries, roasted red peppers, pepper jack cheese, and croutons. But where’s the Italian dressing? Called mom- she put it up in the cupboard (it’s home made) when she cleaned so it’s out of my reach. Brilliant. I’m really picky about my salad dressing, but I’ll try the sun dried tomato and feta… and it’s actually good! Yay! And so is my mecha. Not the most lovely liquor- it actually reminds me of my cold, but it’s lovely in my stomach.:)

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
TeaEqualsBliss

carrots,,,I could go for some right about now…too bad I don’t have any at the moment…

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98
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
865 tasting notes

5th infusion 1tsp/6oz water. UGH. I’ve had a cough way back in my throat since last night so I wanted something w/ a thinner texture before my morning bowla matcha. I’m taking my aunt to SBUX today and I have a feeling that’s gonna bite me in the butt. Oh well, I’m going to our local tea shop after. Crisp and clean. Yum!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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98
drank Mecha by Den's Tea
865 tasting notes

Wow! I’m the 1st one to log this! It wasn’t even in the data base. Really didn’t feel like making tea, but I know that drinking tea would make me feel better. Other than Adagio’s flavored senchas, Den’s Tea is all the experience I have w/ Japanese greens so I went thru my sample bag to find something I haven’t opened yet. Although I should really finish the 2 bags I have open so I don’t accidentally spill them and waste them.

Anyway… On to my mecha… (which sounds weird lol). I WAS all set to use one of those open bags until I saw this. I’ve never even heard of mecha before. So I rip open the bag and notice a lot of VERY tiny leaves, but they’re chopped and not rolled like gunpowder. I take a wiff of the raw leaves and INSTANTLY do not regret opening something new. It smells like my best friend matcha! I pour 1tsp of leaves into my 6oz of heated water and notice it looks like a bigger version of matcha! If the matcha wasn’t ground as fine and you poured it into my ingenuiTEA, this is what it would look like. Mecha only calls for a 45sec steep. I’m thinking that the Japanese are even less patient than I am in waiting for their tea.;) The liquor that this short steep produces is a beautiful yellowish one and the aroma is very similar to matcha. When sip this, I’m in love. It tastes more like matcha than it smells. Infact, the only real difference between this and matcha is that it has a slightly thinner texture and I didn’t drink this from my matcha bowl. And I totally would have given it a 100 if I had. If you’re wanting to try matcha, but you can’t afford a matcha set or the matcha itself. Try this! Or better yet, If you do have a matcha (or any bowl for that matter), use that instead of a cup.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Ricky

Isn’t Japanese tea great? I got Apple Sencha instead. Seems “Mecha is green tea derived from a collection of leaf buds and tips of the early crops. Mecha is harvested in spring and made as rolled leaf teas that are graded somewhere between Gyokuro and Sencha in quality.” Gyokuro! (Highest Japanese grade tea) I have yet to try some of that. It’s on my shopping list.

Cofftea

I have apple sencha too, thanks to Lena. I like preparing it w/ premium sencha parameters. Ever since I got my matcha I’ve been sad I have to limit myself to half a bowl per day due to the cost/caffeine/and tannins. I was so annoyingly happy when I tried this. Gonna make infusion 2 now- IN MY BOWL! hehe. I was looking at their teaware and saw a cute shincha pot… Now gotta find out exactly what shincha is… haven’t heard of that either.

Ricky

=D Wikipedia became my guide to Japanese Green tea.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_tea

Cofftea

Gotcha. So it’s a sencha pot by another name basicially. The names are similar so I thought that might be the case… but I know not to assume much about tea.;)

Cofftea

2nd infusion, 1 min. crap. This may be the end of this serving of Mecha. I poured the heated water into my ingenuiTEA and immediately the filter floats up to the top. GRRR! I just pray it doesn’t turn into a big mess… but oddly enough the water and the tea leaves stay in til I decant. And when I do, almost all of the tiny almost ground, leaves stay in my ingenuiTEA. How do I get all these TINY leaves out to put the filter back in??? I fished out a lot of them (which was kinda gross cuz they are slimy in texture), but what about the rest? sigh… But as for the taste, it’s amazing. The few leaves that did end up in my bowl give it even more of a matcha feel- literally.

Cofftea

You know I’m in love w/ a tea when I fish out tiny bits of slimy leaf that feels like it’s already been chewed and digested to clean it out and resteep them. And boy am I glad I did! 3rd infusion, 1min 20sec. As soon as I pour the hot water in, the liquor immediately becomes opaque like matcha or matcha dusted genmai cha. The liquor is an opaque olive/pea color and the taste is just like matcha. It just doesn’t have the mouth feel matcha does. Have I mentioned how great this would be for matcha lovers? This is especially good for wanna be matcha lovers that just can’t get over the texture.

Cofftea

4th infusion, 1min 40sec. Liquor is a little lighter and more translucent and the taste more of your typical steeped green and not matcha.

teaplz

But… this tea isn’t related at all to matcha. Why the comparison?

Cofftea

Because while it doesn’t have the mouth feel matcha does, it tastes just like it.

teaplz

Oh, I see.

Micah

This sounds great! I think I might add some of this onto my order from Den’s.

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Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec
Cofftea

I have this one too. It looks (and even kinda tastes) coffeeish after just 15 sec! how much (if any) are you increasing your steeping time for additional infusions?

Ricky

If it tasted like coffee, I wouldn’t be able to finish this cup. I can’t stand coffee. I’m doubling my steep time per infusion. 15 second, 30 second, now 1 minute. The smell isn’t as strong on the third steep, I wonder about the taste.

Cofftea

Oh wow! That’s quite a bit. Is that your method for most teas?

sophistre

That sounds delicious!

Ricky

Yes and no. I mean it depends which tea. If it’s short I double the time. White’s take 7 minutes, I don’t double those. I just leave it for the same amount of time. Maybe a minute or two more sometimes. I mean I generally taste it as I go. I pour a bit out and taste it if it’s strong enough.

Third steep is interesting. It’s not the same feeling, it’s a bit more bland / watery. I did 1 teaspoon / 8 oz of water.

Oh Cha!

Houjicha + Kukicha? Curious… curious indeed! I’m in!! :)

Cofftea

I’ve been told to back off on that 7min steeping time. And it’s worked for me. The only 2 I’ve tried that w/ is Adagio’s Jasmine Silver Needle and White Cucumber.

Ricky

Den’s tea sampler, only $3 (shipping cost / you get it back on your first purchase) and you get 4 packs of 10g samplers and 2 teabags. =D

Ricky

I’ve only really had GM and Adagio white tea and both of them have labels as to how long you should steep. Then again all companies generally tell you, so I just follow those directions.

Cofftea

I’ve only had Adagio’s whites as well. This is one time I don’t take the company’s advice. I was leary to veer from that (mainly because I knew little about whites), but I’m glad I finally did.

Ricky

I haven’t exactly figured out white tea’s taste. It’s so subtle that I can barely detect it. I have to try GM’s plain White Tea soon so I can get a better understanding of how White Tea is suppose to taste. Ha, that’s kind of funny. I was flipping through GM’s White Tea packages and it seems the steep time is 2-4 minutes.

Cofftea @Oh Cha… Den’s tea bags are over-sized and can be used to brew cups from 12oz to 16oz.

@Ricky, my tastebuds like that range. I start infusing at 3 min. Maybe I’ll try even less some time. Let me know how your white tea journey goes:)

Auggy

@Cofftea – are you sure the Den’s bags are for 12 – 16oz cups? It’s been a while since I’ve gotten their sampler so I could be remembering wrong or they could have changed their bag sizes, but I thought their stuff was usually for the 4 – 6oz range (since that’s the more typical size used for Japanese teas… though I think Lupicia uses about 3oz)?

Cofftea

“are over-sized and can be used to brew cups from 12oz to 16oz” is a direct quote from their website.

Ricky

You’ll see tealogs when I begin my journey with white tea :D. I thought they were used for a normal size cup as well. Ummm, I brewed it in about 10oz of water.

Auggy

Well, nifty then! Go Den’s!

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75
drank Genmaicha Extra Green by Den's Tea
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Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

Yep, 30 sec. I love how Japanese greens all have different leaf amount/temp/water volume ratios.

Ricky

I know! it’s insane, haha. Black tea 4-5 minutes, haha. Green tea… eh it varies. This one was so strong for 30 seconds! Must of been that extra green thing.

Cofftea

Matcha definitely adds flavor:)

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Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 30 sec
Auggy

Oh nooooo! Don’t think Adagio’s sencha is the best there is – it’s a nifty blend but there’s some really yummy – and pungent – stuff out there! Den does have some good ones (personally I love their fuka-midori) but I think I’ve been happier overall with Lupicia’s offerings. Have you tried any of Den’s loose yet or just the bag? Fingers crossed that your sencha experiences get better!

Ricky

I haven’t tried the loose yet. I mean it gets a bit hairy making loose leaves at work, especially when I don’t even have hot water in the water cooler! I have to go to the kitchen and boil some water. Argh. I’ll probably try the other tea bag tomorrow and try the loose leaf on the weekend. I’m neglecting GM! Oh no!

Auggy

I will anxiously wait until the weekend for your notes on the loose Den’s!

Ricky

Ahhh, I’m a guinea pig! It’s okay, I enjoy trying green tea.

Auggy

Not a guinea pig (well, not for me since I’ve tired and liked). I just want you to find wonders above Adagio’s sencha! Ooooh, and if you want pungency, shincha is usually really great for that. HUGE mouthfeel and wonderfulness going on with it!

Ricky

It’s going to be a fun weekend of Green Tea! You just wait! I’m going to devour Den’s Tea sampler…… finally!

Oolonga

Ricky, Den’s sampler comes only with regular sencha teabag, they don’t have sencha with matcha in teabags at all.

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94

Wonderfully toasted, seaweed notes, but it’s not fishy in any way. Lots of umami. Emerald green color. I drink this tea and read as part of my evening ritual.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 0 min, 30 sec
Oolonga

I was contemplating on whether I should put this in my shopping cart or not a few days ago when I was ordering from Den’s. I wish I did. Well, next time then…

Cofftea

UMAMI! I love Den’s. Definitely next time I have the storage. Thanks for mentioning it otherwise I would have just blown over your review.:)

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Waiting for the leaves of my strawberry shortcake to dry so I can pick them out of my teapot cover and resteep… ugh… I also needed something w/ a quick steep time because I didn’t want to be away from steepster too long:) so I went w/ one of my Den’s Tea’s samples.

Serving size: 1tsp/8oz water

There were a few ginseng green leaves left that contributed to the liquor but I’m still shocked at how dark brown and coffeeish it is after only 15sec. The aroma is much like genmai cha except darker. Yes, an aroma can be dark lol. The taste is much the same- roasty, toasty, deep, slightly coffee ish even, and gentlemently. Looks like a black tea though, not a green…

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec
Cofftea

2nd infusion. No idea how long to steep it for this time so I went for 20 sec. WOW! It’s a lil lighter and a lil more red. I’ve never smoked anything before, but I think I’m detecting something that might be tabaccoish. It was in the 1st infusion also, but I’m just now placing it. I like this infusion better, it’s a lil sweeter.

Cofftea

3rd infusion, 25 sec. Slightly lighter in both liquor and taste and slightly more sweet.

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93
drank Grape Sencha by Den's Tea
224 tasting notes

This is a wonderful tea. It has it all: beautiful leaves with flowers and fruit mixed in, lovely buttery grape fragrance, and light nutty butter grape taste. Mmmm!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Bethany

This sounds delicious! I’ve been meaning to order from Den’s Tea for awhile.. maybe it’s time to pull the trigger.

Carolyn

You can order their little sample pack for $3. They included the apple sencha in that one. (I personally think the pineapple sencha is the best of the three I’ve tried but all three are good.)

silvermage2000

Nice review this does sound good I have never had grape in a tea.

Carolyn

@silvermage2000, I’m going to be mailing you the tea this afternoon. I think I still have a little room in the box (it’s a small box). I’ll add a sample of grape sencha for you to try.

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93
drank Grape Sencha by Den's Tea
224 tasting notes

I swear to god, dealing with my inner self is like dealing with an ADD-afflicted five-year old. I pointed out that I had open packages of Apple Sencha and Pineapple Sencha, both of which we love. I pointed out that opening tea exposes it to air, which speeds the staling. But my inner self wanted to try the new flavor. Demanded to try it, in fact. So here it is in my cup. And it is a beautiful, sweet. buttery, grape-scented golden liquor. The leaves themselves are beautiful as well, with dark sharp green leaves and sprinkled purple and pink blossoms. It has a very light sweet flavor with the merest hint of butter and grapes. Quite, quite nice. I’m glad I didn’t choose to spank my inner self and tell her to fly straight.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
gmathis

You don’t find grape-y teas very often, but I love them…Canadian Ice Wine is another of my favorites (Culinary Teas).

Carolyn

That sounds wonderful! You may enjoy the Champagne Infused White Raspberry Tea by Red Leaf Tea.

Jen

I agree that finding grape flavored anything is unusual. Lupicia makes a grape green tea called Budou. From what I remember, the flavor is pretty spot on.

Carolyn

Sounds good. I’ll have to look for it.

takgoti

This has led me to wonder what spanking your inner self would look like. Shuddering? Twitching? But I digress. This sounds good!

S

Carolyn, does this taste like grapes or raisins? I’ve been thinking about buying this, but I hate raisins :/

Carolyn

Not like raisins at all. It’s more grape juice like.

LENA

If it’s more like grape juice, I’m in! Mmm.

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95
drank Pineapple Sencha by Den's Tea
224 tasting notes

I could drink these flavored senchas all day (and frequently do). Sadly, that means that I am ripping through my little bag of pineapple sencha and will have to purchase more.

Preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

I feel the same way about the Apple that Lena gave me!

LENA

I’m working up my next order for Den’s Tea.

@ Cofftea – I’m glad you are still enjoying it!

Ricky

Can’t wait to try my Apple one. I’ll definitely be ordering from Den’s tea once I finish my samplers.

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95
drank Pineapple Sencha by Den's Tea
224 tasting notes

I love the buttery pineapple fragrance and flavor of this tea. I usually do very little resteeping, but these flavored Senchas from Den’s Tea just beg for a good resteep. Also, since they call for very fast steeps (30 seconds to 45 seconds) they last really well over time. Lately I’ve taken to drinking one of these all afternoon with many resteeps.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Cofftea

That’s why I love my apple- it lasts forever, but just when I’m getting sick of the apple it disappears and leaves me w/ just a wonderful, slightly sweet sencha.

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95
drank Pineapple Sencha by Den's Tea
224 tasting notes

Th dry dark green leaves express a strong pineapple fragrance. It smells like a fresh ripe pineapple, as opposed to the candy pineapple fragrance that is so common. The beautiful yellow liquor produced by the leaves smells like nuts, butter, and lightly of pineapple. The pineapple comes out more strongly in the taste, but it is still quite light. This is a very nice tea. I think I will definitely be buying more of this.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec
silvermage2000

nice review I like pineapple teas so this sounds good.

Carolyn

This one is quite, quite good. Also, it resteeps very well.

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