Pomegranate Grape Green

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  • “So what were you doing 28 years ago today? We had just washed the _Just Married_ shoe polish off the Buick, jettisoned a few balloons and streamers along Highway 54 and eaten our first meal as a...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1720 tasting notes
  • “Savoy Pomegranate Grape Green One thing I’ll say for this tea, it does smell grape-y. Like green grapes, very distinctively. Yeah, I know, the first ingredient in the name is Pomegranate, but...” Read full tasting note
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From Savoy Tea Company

Green tea, freeze-dried whole red currants, flavorings, pomegranate arils, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, mallow blossoms.

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1720 tasting notes

So what were you doing 28 years ago today? We had just washed the Just Married shoe polish off the Buick, jettisoned a few balloons and streamers along Highway 54 and eaten our first meal as a married couple: chili dogs at the Sonic in El Dorado Springs, Missouri.

Our anniversary lunch today was a trifle classier (Italian at Johnny Carino’s), but other than that it’s been a decadently lazy day puttering at home, ironing, and watching a DVD of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel nabbed cheap at Dollar General. Part of developing a lifetime relationship is learning to love being companionably boring together.

Sorry. Tea.

Heavy lunch needed a nice, light counterpart. This is. A sweet melange of fruitiness. Raspberry really needs equal time in the title, but Pomegranate Grape Raspberry Green is a little long—you can only fit so much on a label.

yyz

Congratulations!

Nicole

Congrats! Companionably boring is a very sweet way to put it and very true.

scribbles

That’s awesome! Congratulations!

Jillian

Congrats :)

ashmanra

Congratulations! We will have #27 next month! And now I want to head to our Dollar General and see if they have a copy of that movie! We saw it at the little art house theater downtown.

Tealizzy

Congrats!

gmathis

I don’t think Maggie Smith is capable of a bad performance. She was hilarious.

Terri HarpLady

28 years ago I lived in Rolla, MO, & was pregnant with my daughter Arianna. Congrats!!

Calochortus

Congratulations! Twenty eight years ago I was… erhm, nonexistent.

yyz

To answer your question 28 years ago today I was either at a friends house, visiting my grandparents, or possibly my mother and I were out on one of her pick a direction and drive adventure in the countryside. That year I had the infamous ‘harridan teacher’ of my school. I never had a huge problem with her other than having more homework than I ever had again (including university and high school). A lot of people transferred out of the school early in order to avoid having her again.

K S

Congrats! 28 years ago my wife and I were living in a mobile home in my parents back yard. No kids at the time.

I used to see older married couples sitting silently in a restaurant and I thought that meant they couldn’t stand each other. Now I completely understand and better yet I now have a term to describe it!

Terri HarpLady

Although I don’t seem to be able to pronounce “companionably” , I totally agree with that statement. Once the newness of a relationship wears off a little & you really get to know the person you’re with, with all their idiosyncrasies & baggage, it really boils down to that.

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Savoy Pomegranate Grape Green

One thing I’ll say for this tea, it does smell grape-y. Like green grapes, very distinctively. Yeah, I know, the first ingredient in the name is Pomegranate, but that’s not really the flavor I get from it. To me, it
tastes a little like green tea and a lot like grapes.

A better tea snob than I might be able to distinguish the various dried fruits and elements. I’m nowhere near that discerning, but can say it’s a pleasant tea to start my day, mild and amiable. With pomegranates, red currents and raspberries on the ingredient list, I would expect this to be a bit tart. Instead, they blend together to give the whole thing an underlying sweetness.

It’s an unusual tea, not one I would choose to have every day. It isn’t that I OBJECT to it’s grape-y goodness. The flavor is amiable enough, but grapes don’t readily come to mind when I’m thinking of tea. There are times when this flavor is just not something I’m craving at teatime.

I line my tea boxes and packets up in the cupboard and when it’s time to have a cup, they each get their turn. (It’s my method of making sure nothing gets forgotten and pines away for the next twenty years.) Admittedly, there are days when this particular blend gets banished to the back of the cue because I’m just not in the mood for it. Some teas are very assertive in their flavors, like a friend with a big personality that can be great fun on some occasions and terribly annoying on others. There have been days when I’ve greeted this tea with great enthusiasm and others when my response was “not that one again!”

But by golly, if I’m in the mood for something grape-y, this is definitely my go to. It’s good hot or cold and stands alone just fine without any sweeter, an unusual quality in a fruity tea like this one.

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