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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 14 oz / 400 ml

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From Higgins & Burke

An imperial blend of naturally sweet steamed green tea with lemon grass and lemon balm herb.

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54 tasting notes

It’s very hard to do green tea in a bag. Green tea is so much less forgiving than black tea, breaking it up and putting it in a bag makes it so much harder to brew a good cup that isn’t bitter. On that note, I must give this product credit. This tea brewed with no hint of bitterness (using a cooler temperature, as one would do for other green teas). That said, this tea does have quite a strong lemongrass-lemon flavor, and that gives these tea bags some latitude. I tasted much more citrus than I did green tea. That’s not necessarily bad, if that’s what one wants. The main issue I see is that this tea is marketed as straight green tea, when it’s really a flavored product, first and foremost. As flavored green tea in a teabag goes, this is okay, but it’s not the best I’ve had.

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141 tasting notes

This summer I wanted to try another tea at Mickey Dee’s and was in a green kick, so I said why not. Why did I drink this tea? It tasted so putrid and bitter, and just all kinds of gross and yuck.I will not drink this tea again.

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112 tasting notes

This is “Green Tea with Lemongrass”. The title on the outside of the box doesn’t say ‘with lemongrass’ but that is what it says on the tea bag labels.

I enjoyed the smooth green tea flavor but I would have enjoyed pure green tea better than this combination.

Flavors: Lemongrass

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 14 OZ / 400 ML

Tim Hortons does the same thing I believe to cut costs :/

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489 tasting notes

When I go out to eat lunch or dinner at a restaurant and ask for a green tea, this is almost always the one that is brought to me. Tends to be a little strong and bitter for my taste but I don’t dislike it, I just wouldn’t buy this brand for myself to have at home. There are other brands of green tea that I prefer over this one.

Flavors: Green

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256 tasting notes

Not that bad for green tea in a bag. The added herbs are nice.

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12 tasting notes

So my father drinks this tea all the time, we have like a case of it in the cupboard. Not like one of those little green boxes i mean like a cardboard case with six of those green boxes inside.
Me being a new tea person, i decided to see what all the fuss was about and brewed myself a cup one day from may dads stash and it was actually pretty good, compared to the kinds that you get at your local Chinese resturaunt which i have tried multiple times and still think it taste like dirty water, this higgins and burkes brand is a step way up!

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1879 tasting notes

Drank this when I was on the road earlier today. The water at the gas station was too hot but the tea didn’t turn overly bitter and the added citrus was nice and refreshing.

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