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Iced Green Teabags

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Iced 8 min or more

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From Den's Tea

Origin: Shizuoka

Den’s Iced Green Tea is non-flavored tea with a natural and simple taste. It is a perfect summer companion for any type of food.

Brewing: Place one tea bag in 20 oz of water and let infuse for an hour. Occasionally shake or stir to bring out the flavor.

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I got this in sample from from one of my good buddies here – I think either Indigobloom or Mercuryhime … I think Mercuryhime. Im sorry ladies … age settling in – not sure which end is up anymore. This is some good tea though! I love Den’s iced teas but never bought the mint – which is odd – I love mint tea! I am going to get some of this for sure! So easy to brew – cold steeps in one hour in the fridge, great mint flavor without being over done and of course a good green base I have come to love from Den’s.
Thank you to whomever shared this with me!

Mercuryhime

I believe this was from me unless Indigobloom gave you the same thing. :) Glad you like it! Cold mint is so refreshing in warm weather.

Azzrian

It was you then as I only had the one sample. I was pretty sure it was from your package. I tried to mark most things but missed a few. :)

Indigobloom

nope nope wasn’t me :)

Azzrian

Ah thanks Indigobloom :) Now we know for sure :)
Sorry I am not more together with my samples. I do appreciate everything every one has sent! I love doing the trades and have found some new favorites from everyone! :)

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As directed by Den’s, I brewed two bags of this, in ice cold water, in their $3 special “Reicha” plastic iced tea pot. I let it sit for about two hours, shaking it a few times throughout. This turned out much better than expected. It’s certainly not the strongest sencha flavor I’ve ever experienced, or the most nuanced, but for iced green tea it’s quite good. What really struck me was the complete lack of any bitterness or astringency – there’s not even a hint of anything unpleasant. This tea is slightly vegetal and grassy, but also almost sweet, even though it contains no sweetener. It’s just a clean, crisp, green tea taste — and you couldn’t ask for a more convenient brewing method. This is going to be great as the weather gets warmer.

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So, I am not a big tea bag person because you can tell that most of the tea bag leaves have gone through the crush and tear process…. but I was impressed that the tea leaves (for green tea) were at a moderate to good level.

I must say this was a convenient way to have an iced tea ready to go during my morning rush! It was great not sweetened but surely a different quality from drinking loose leaf green tea. Still, if you need a quick iced green tea with a good flavor I would recommend this teabag

TeaEqualsBliss

Question for you! :)
I recently tried one of these iced tea bags…the first time I glanced at it I thought it said 60 seconds! Come to find out it said 60 MINUTES…what did you do for yours!? Just curious…

jessica

I actually had that problem the first time I tried an iced tea bag that said only 60 seconds… egh (completely not true!).. so I did a half and half… of warmer water then let it steep for 4 minutes and then added freezing water. I think the warmer water simply helped open up the leaves a bit

but yeah, I must say that was one qualm I had that I should have mentioned in my note.

p.s. I love all your postings! I just joined and I have been doing a summer project/adventure of my own where I try out at least one tea a day and write about it… sort of a journal of my own! But your posts give me so many ideas

TeaEqualsBliss

Welcome!!! You will LOVE it here!!! :P

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Had this w/ lunch- a REALLY crappy tv dinner. It’s ok. Very matcha-esque especially the aroma before steeping. Both sweet and bitter.

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more

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