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Sweet green tea. by touch organic
1 teabag/250ml mug /5min, western style
Dry teabag: sweet, green.
Wet teabag: sweet, green, veggies.
i taste/smell: green, sweet veggies, grass.
all in all, an amazing tea! i think they used high grade green tea and stevia. i rate a 100! definately reccomend
Official site: http://www.touchorganic.com/quality-show-3317.html
Flavors: Grass, Green, Sweet, Vegetal
Green tea matcha. By touch organic.
Western style; 1tsp/200ml mug
Dry powder: smells nice! Green, sweet, veggies, grass.
I taste/smell: grass, sweet, slight bitterness, green, veggies.
All in all a wonderful tea! I rate a 100. It’s organic too! Not as bitter as most I’ve tried.
Bonus photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/BM7AL_EgX_1/
Flavors: Bitter, Freshly Cut Grass, Grass, Green, Sweet, Vegetables
Very tasty mixture of white tea and berries. I can still taste the white tea under the fruit, and it is strong but not astringent. The tea gets sweetness from the berries and the tea leaves themselves. I appreciate that the berries do not make the tea acidic or tangy, that would not work with a white tea in my opinion.
Flavors: Berries, Berry, Fruity, Sweet
Very delicate undertones, which made the tea taste weak to me. I do appreciate that the tea is organic and fair trade, however I wish my tea had a bit more flavour.
Steeps a pale yellow colour but has little smell.
Flavors: Astringent, Fur
You can either steep it for a short time and get watery weak tea or brew longer and get astringent (and still weak) tea. I’ve had two pots of this so far, and there wasn’t a lot of flavour in either. It could have been this batch though.
Steeps to a slight tan colour, is slightly woody but overall is quite shallow. Smells like a strong oolong, however mine did not taste as good as it smelled.
You can smell the fresh apricots through the packaging. The tea smells divine before and during steeping. It is beautifully sweet, bright, and delicately fruity. The white tea gives it a nice round taste. It steeps a light yellow colour, but you can really taste all the different flavours. I also really like the ingredients are organic and ethically sourced.
Flavors: Apricot, Fruity, Grass, Stonefruits, Sweet, Tannic
So this was my first day back to drinking a good amount of tea. I brewed this today before work, and had it throughout the day. I’m currently sitting at my desk, taking a moment to write a review before jumping into my “1000 Word Writing Challenge.”
While I was in North Carolina, my mother-in-law wanted to take us out shopping after we had our Southern-style BBQ/family gathering. Anyway, I stumbled upon a 1000 gram “bucket” of this Sencha for $20! I love a good Sencha, so I thought that price was a steal, especially for 1000 grams!
Now the leaves are about the size of my pinky. The aroma of the dry leaf has a nice vegetal/mineral aroma. The wet leaf is the same, but the vegetal aroma comes forward a little more. However, the flavor profile is nice. It’s a smooth-sweet-vegetal-coated-in butter flavor. 1000 grams is plenty; I’ll drink this daily for a while. It’s a good cup to have throughout the day, and I rather enjoy it.
(Side Note: Imagine broccoli with butter. That’s what my wife said it tasted like. I’m not a super connoisseur when it comes to Japanese greens, but this is all I can think of now. What would you (those of you who are BIG into Japanese greens) call this flavor?)
PS. Apparently this tea is a Chinese tea “prepared by using traditional Japanese deep-steaming methods….” So my bad. However, it’s nice. I might try expanding my tea tastings to more Japanese greens, or some prepared in this fashion. I’m down for something good, but being that I haven’t been exposed to too many Japanese greens, I avoid them as much as possible. I had an old roommate who played with Japanese teas, but his method included over-steeping and water that was too hot. If anyone has any ideas what to try, please let me know!
Flavors: Broccoli, Butter, Vegetal