9 Tasting Notes
This is just OK alone, but I’ve paired it up with a oolong also from Teavana (might be discontinued) called Utopian Jewel and I love them together.
I’ve reduced the amount of tea to steep and I am liking this a lot better for an everyday light green tea.
This is my choice summery light green tea. I usually do not like my green teas sweetened, but with this I serve it iced with either rock sugar or agave nectar. Just enough to have a hint of sweet to bring out the citrus and pineapple. It’s very refreshing.
I’m a big fan of green teas with mint. I figured this Moroccan Mint would taste like most brands that I have had. A nice sweet mint main note with the green tea on the back. I was wrong. There’s a lot of green tea in here (gunpowder) and not enough of the mint.
I enjoy Moroccan Mint because if you have the right amount of mint, it has this pleasant sweet taste that is great iced and even with some agave nectar.
Now, I do get in the mood occasionally for a good green tea taste and I like this in that retrospect, but right now it is summer and I still want more mint.
My favorite iced tea is basic Moroccan Mint and I recently came across this.
The mint notes are a bit fresher and the green tea is nice and subtle. I actually steeped it a bit too long, but didn’t get that off/bitter taste when that happens.
It’s so delicious as an iced tea. I really enjoy it.
Now they do call it “After 5,” but if green teas keep you up, like myself, I’d avoid it in the evenings.
I love this for iced green tea. Not a fan of it warm. It’s has subtle fruit, but not overpowering. I steep it just a little hot, but a shorter time.
A nice subtly sweet green tea that satisfies a slight caffeine craving with a good minty taste.