Interesting…not for the faint of heart (perhaps for the faint of smell, though) Luckily I’m accustomed to the smell of edible seaweed, but it isn’t my favorite aroma. The taste of this tea is fine, not over-powered by the seaweed. I like the idea that it might have some good antioxidant properties (how much? I don’t know, really, but I’m all up for placebo effect too). Loving the cloth teabag!
Green Tea with Seaweed
Green tea from China, natural essences of mint, Nanah mint leaves and seaweeds (Nori, Dulse and Sea Lettuce)
Tasting advice: delicious plain or sweetened.
The virtues of green tea and mint with the benefits of seaweeds (minerals, vitamins, draining properties) make this refreshing tonic the ideal aid for slimming diets.
Origin: China and Brittany
Main Flavor: Oceanic with a fresh note
Quantity Needed: 0,1 oz.
Time of Day: all day
Ideal Water Temperature: 85°C
Recommended Brewing Time: 3-4 min