15 Tasting Notes
I am slowly becoming a green tea fan. Not quite there yet.
This tea is great. However the flavor is heavily dependent on the amount of citrus bits you get in your infuser/cup. Those little citrus crumbs tend to settle towards the bottom and so every time you go back to this tea it packs a large punch.
That punch is good. It is a very lemongrass-esque with the pull down tones of a light green.
I would highly recommend this tea for non-green lovers like myself. Just make sure you shake well before opening.
There is a slight hint of sweetness at the beginning that is supported by a piney grass which doesn’t show until the end.
It is not a bad tea for late night relaxation after your palate has had a break from dinner and dessert.
You have to work too hard for this tea.
This tea is amazing! It is so amazing that in order to drink more of this I washed a coffee travel mug and it is now my Assam Melody mug!
It has everything one could ask for in a tea. The flavor is not idle, it dances all over the place and grabs your attention at every sip! It teases at first waits a moment and then blooms into citrus,melon. I expected it to fall back down into a black dryness, but it shocked me by veering over to an almost earthy note and stopped short. This tea does that at every sip, it doesn’t dampen towards the end like most teas.
This is the first tea that I can’t wait to reorder in large vast quantities.
With years of coffee snobbiery I have created a finely tuned palate, or so I thought. Either that or this tea demands too much concentration in order to taste anything.
This tea removes the flavor from hot water.
I have tried 3,4,5min steep times and varying water temperatures to no avail.