Tea #12 from HHTTB2
Ever had steamed green beans with slivered almonds and just a tiny drizzle of butter?
That is this tea.
Vegetal, slightly nutty, and sweet with a creamy mouthfeel.
“Tea #12 from HHTTB2 Ever had steamed green beans with slivered almonds and just a tiny drizzle of butter? That is this tea. Vegetal, slightly nutty, and sweet with a creamy mouthfeel.” Read full tasting note
“This tastes much like a ‘precious eyebrow’ type but MUCH better tasting! Another neat thing about this tea is that it’s a grey-green leaf when...” Read full tasting note
“This is a really nice, mild tasting tea. Lightly vegetative… not a strong grassy flavor. More of a sweet, nutty kind of taste (a non-roasted nut). I like this one a lot, I’m already...” Read full tasting note
“Tea #9 from the HHTTB Decent cup of green tea. It smells like it will be bitter, if that makes sense, but it isn’t at all. It’s a bright and...” Read full tasting note
This rich, green tea is grown in the mountains of China’s famous Zhejiang tea region. The small and tender curled leaves brew a golden colored cup that is full of classic green tea flavor. Due to its unique character, our Triple Cup green tea can be infused several times before the flavor fades.
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This tastes much like a ‘precious eyebrow’ type but MUCH better tasting!
Another neat thing about this tea is that it’s a grey-green leaf when dry but when infused it brightens up to a REALLY vibrant green color…much like when you blanch a green vegetable…like Broccoli for example…and it comes out EXTREMELY bright green!? VERY neat leaf color!! Anyhow…
This smells almost slightly chewy for a green.
It has a tad of a vegetal aftertaste but not bad at all.
This is a very good, solid green and I like it!
I had this on a whim in the afternoon. I read up on it a little before trying. It apparently hails from the same region as Longjing. However, by the description, I expected a different flavor profile. And that it did. It was creamy, nutty, and quite vegetal…but the trifecta worked for the most part. When people think of green tea – and its strengths and weaknesses – this embodies those traits. But on the good side o’ the coin.