Strawberry/Lichee Green

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Fruit Green Blend
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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This exquisitely elegant green tea blend offers a round and intense taste experience to connoisseurs. The lichee fruit from China – the land of the smile – brings sweet, fruity and soft, flowery notes to this fresh, tangy Sencha. With the berry note of this delicious fruit, the blend reaches perfection. The noble rose petals and the jasmine blossoms, which come from far away countries, are the perfect partners for the freeze-dried strawberry pieces in this carefully balanced combination of flavors.

Ingredients: green tea, flavoring, freeze-dried strawberry pieces, jasmine blossoms, rose petals.

Serving Size: 1 level tsp. /6oz serving

Brew Temp: 176 to 194 degree F

Brew Time: 2 to 3 Minutes

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Todays cup is especially rosy. I’m having risotto for lunch, and this fruity, floral tea cuts through the richness of the food very well.

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First, the unsteeped leaves in my sample bag do NOT look like the picture up there. But I love the idea of this tea. Jasmine, roses, strawberry.. they should all work great on such a great green base. They DO, but I expected a stronger flavor maybe because of all the great ingredients in it. The flavor itself is very fresh and clean. Floral and slightly fruity. The steep color is a light yellow. I’d say it’s a great tea, I just wish the flavors were stronger!

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This is an interesting cup. I taste both sweet strawberry and a slight tartness, which I’m guessing is the lichee. There’s also a floral taste, more in the after taste. There’s a pale liquor, and a light overall taste. It’s not bad but not all that wonderful either. I definitely prefer Enchanted Forest over this one.

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