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Japanese Green Tea Eco Pyramid Teabags

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  • “This tea smells pretty strongly before it is steep. I associate the smell with green tea/grass. Unfourtanely my boyfriend associates it with fish food so now I haqve it in my head that this tea...” Read full tasting note
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From Art of Tea

Traditional Japanese organic green tea. Deep steamed and carefully dried. Brews a lively, grassy cup.

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Art of Tea is a tea importer and wholesaler based in Los Angeles, California. We hand blend and custom craft the world’s finest organic teas and botanicals. Our teas are carefully selected directly from growers, each one offering a unique story.

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This tea smells pretty strongly before it is steep. I associate the smell with green tea/grass. Unfourtanely my boyfriend associates it with fish food so now I haqve it in my head that this tea smells like a pet store.

Beyond the smell it was a pretty boring green tea. Given the description I thought the flavor would be a bit stronger but it was a very light tea.

Cofftea

What type is it? Regular grade sencha?

Caitlin

I am not sure. It doesn’t really say.

Cofftea

It really annoys me when a company just says “green tea”… but at least you know it’s Japanese. I’d shoot them an email. As every Japanese green has unique parameters, a change in water amount, temp, or steeping time may improve it. All the Japanese greens I’ve had (aside from matcha) were and were supposed to be fairly light.. But then again I haven’t tasted this one and don’t know what your personal definition of "very light is:)

Caitlin

Yeah it just says organic green tea in the ingredients. And yes perhaps it needed a longer steep time or hotter water for the flavor to really come through. Maybe I will have better luck next time I make it. I also just figured it would have a strong flavor because they described it as “lively and grassy”. Perhaps it is just not my cup of tea so to speak.

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