Bog Goblin Lemon Ginger Green Tea

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Green Tea, Organic Ginger, Organic Lemongrass
Flavors
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Caffeine
Low
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Average preparation
3 min, 45 sec

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  • “The first green tea I've really liked :) I'm more a black tea kind of girl, what can I say? I love this coffee shop's fun flair with coffee beans. At a convention I was able to go to their booth...” Read full tasting note
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From Coffee Shop of Horrors

This uplifting combo is tasty and invigorating. Delicious hot or iced. The numerous positive benefits of green tea and the stomach soothing properties of ginger makes this a great selection hot or iced.

Tea Type: Green

Ingredients: Organic Chinese green tea (guo lu), organic ginger root, organic lemon grass, and organic lemon myrtle

Origin: Hunan, China

Brewing Tips:

Start with cold water and bring water to just under a boil (170° – 180°). Add tea leaves, one heaping teaspoon per cup of water. For iced tea, add one level tablespoon. Pour hot water over leaves and steep 1-3 minutes. Remove or strain tea and enjoy!

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The first green tea I’ve really liked :) I’m more a black tea kind of girl, what can I say? I love this coffee shop’s fun flair with coffee beans. At a convention I was able to go to their booth and we bought three divine, delicious coffees – Judge Mint Day, Zombie Dirt (my latte blend!), and Caramel Scream. Imagine my delight when I found they had added tea to their collection!! They were out of black and the chai I would have loved, so we picked up the Green Tea because it smelled so fresh, invigorating, and sweet. They take care to tell us of the strength of their coffees and teas and the pride they took with them. Well, having a cup of Bog Goblin tonight, it’s yummy! The ginger crushes through the palette perfectly in an ideal harmony and marriage with the lemon. The green is there without being earthy and stemy (which I dislike about green teas). Very refreshing for a hot summer night or when one needs to relax any time. And, of course, the packaging and name rock!

Preparation
3 min, 45 sec

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