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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “*Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box* Not sure that i'd dump this into boiling water as the package recommends, but i did brew this up at a lower temperature and it's pretty good! I am a happy...” Read full tasting note
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  • “*Tea 16 Great Canadian Traveling Tea Box* Pleasantly surprised. The maple and green tea work really well together. Considering that I'm not really a green tea person, this is really a nice...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So this is yet another tea from the Great Canadian Travelling tea box ( 1st edition). I am sort of late with posting these tealogs up here, but it's better later than never. I consumed this tea on...” Read full tasting note
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    callabri 141 tasting notes
  • “I received this tea as a gift. I was skeptical at first becuase I didn't think maple syrup would go with green tea. Surprisingly it is very good. It has a delicate green tea taste sweetened with...” Read full tasting note
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    Lala1 754 tasting notes

From Canadian Maple Delights, Gourmet Bistro and Shoppe

This delicious and delicately prepared Japanese green tea is blended with fine, pure maple chunks. It comes in individual bags, so simply add a cup of boiling water, and you’ll soon be savouring all of the rich flavour and qualities of traditional green tea. Indulge in this distinctively smooth beverage with a hint of real maple flavour. Ingredients: Japanese green tea leaves, maple sugar, natural flavours.

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Great Canadian Travelling Tea Box

Not sure that i’d dump this into boiling water as the package recommends, but i did brew this up at a lower temperature and it’s pretty good! I am a happy camper enjoying this tonight.

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Tea 16 Great Canadian Traveling Tea Box

Pleasantly surprised. The maple and green tea work really well together. Considering that I’m not really a green tea person, this is really a nice little tea. No bitterness from the base, nice sweet maple flavor. Not artificial. Thumbs up.

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So this is yet another tea from the Great Canadian Travelling tea box ( 1st edition). I am sort of late with posting these tealogs up here, but it’s better later than never. I consumed this tea on October 4, 2013.

Dry Leaf: The tea leaves are in a tea bag that is transparent. It has green leaves that give off a sweet scent, which would be due to the maple.

Steeped: The smell becomes grassy, and the taste is a blend of grassy and sweet, which would be the maple playing off of the green tea leaves.

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I received this tea as a gift. I was skeptical at first becuase I didn’t think maple syrup would go with green tea. Surprisingly it is very good. It has a delicate green tea taste sweetened with just enough maple sugar. Its a Canadian must have!
The maple coffee is also delicious.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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