Organic Genmaicha Whole Leaf Teabag

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Green Tea
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Boiling 4 min, 45 sec

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  • “I finally opened the aluminum pouch today. My boyfriend requested for the popcorn tea for breakfast. Love it! This one is delicious! The bag is pyramidal and the leaves are a decent size. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Den's Tea Genmaicha was my first foray into Genmaicha (green tea [usually Sencha] blended with roasted/toasted brown rice) and I am absolutely hooked! I even bought another premium tea purveyor's...” Read full tasting note
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    MacchaMan 54 tasting notes

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Our Organic Whole Leaf Teabags are made with high quality whole leaf tea that is the same quality as our premium loose leaf tea. All the tea leaves are USDA certified organic teas. The teabag is a pyramid shaped nylon mesh bag and has enough room to let the tea steep properly. It produces the best cup of tea possible from a teabag.

The body-friendly Organic Genmaicha has nice combination of nutty roasted aroma and natural green earthy flavor. Whole leaf tea of this Organic Genmaicha is packed into a convenient pyramid shaped teabag.

These teabags are packaged 16 teabags to a sealed aluminum pouch.

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9 Tasting Notes

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1589 tasting notes

I finally opened the aluminum pouch today. My boyfriend requested for the popcorn tea for breakfast. Love it! This one is delicious! The bag is pyramidal and the leaves are a decent size. Great tea! Den’s Tea never disappoints me. I love genmaicha.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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Den’s Tea Genmaicha was my first foray into Genmaicha (green tea [usually Sencha] blended with roasted/toasted brown rice) and I am absolutely hooked! I even bought another premium tea purveyor’s Genmaicha to compare (my review of this tea will come later).

My followers will know already about my steeping routine; I keep the tea bag in the duration of enjoying my cuppa. I enjoy a strong cuppa.

The aroma is of toast, toasted pine nuts and popcorn and yet, it’s clean and earthy simultaneously.

The taste follows what your nose smells. It is very much the tasting notes of what you smell, toasty, nutty, popcorn, clean and earthy. The earthiness comes from the Sencha even though Sencha is known for it’s brighter, somewhat astringent characteristics; but with this tea, the Sencha gives this blend an earthy under-note rather than it’s prominence.

The aftertaste is of roasty, toastiness with a clean finish.

This tea is very comforting, soothing, warming and refreshing. A delightful tea to cleanse the palate; or to enjoy on a crisp, rainy Autumn day or evening!

I would highly recommend this tea…a must buy!

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Shinobi_cha

Maybe you could consider adding your tasting note under this entry?:
http://steepster.com/teas/dens-tea/15072-organic-genmaicha-whole-leaf-teabag

This is the full text entry for this tea; as it appears on Den’s Tea website, and without the extra spaces in the name genmaicha.

MacchaMan

Not to be inappropriate, nasty, argumentative or otherwise, but what’s the difference?…it’s the same tea? All I want is for people to read, be informative and ENJOY! ;>)

Shinobi_cha

Eh, I am just one of those people who likes things orderly and this just feels like disorder and confusion. But of course it doesn’t really matter at all!

Shinobi_cha

Oh and it’s not really THAT confusing, it’s just I wish all duplications on this site could be combined..

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