Antiox Citron Green Tea

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I don’t like this hot at all. I find it insanely bitter and unpleasant, and yes I do know to pay attention to temperature. It just doesn’t appear to be working. Unless it is actually possible to oversteep something when only giving it 30 seconds.

I have discovered a really nice way to use this tea!

I baked a lemon cake today, I thought we could have it for dessert tonight. The icing on it was supposed to be made with lemon juice and icing sugar, but I was making a cup of tea to enjoy while drinking and my eye also fell on this tin.

I followed the whim. Made about half a liter, quite strong and chilled it. Have just used that instead of the lemon juice to make the icing for the cake. It doesn’t really shine through all that much in the icing, but it does give it a slightly funny colour and adds a subtle bit of pizzazz to the icing. I don’t like it hot at all, but apparently this way I find it quite enjoyable.

Now, obviously I didn’t use the entire half liter to make icing for just one cake so I used the rest to rinse the mug I had made icing in. Stirring the remaining icing well into the chilled tea and mixed it back with the rest. I thought it would be an obvious way of sweetening it and also saving on the washing. (I do have a dishwasher now, but old habits of 15 years or so die hard!)

Frankly for a chilled beverage it could have done with a little more sweetening and it hasn’t taken that bitter edge out of the green tea that I was hoping it would. It is, however, still oodles better chilled than warm.

I shall have to try a cold brew of this. That should definitely take care of that bitterness.

All in all this was such a positive experience that I feel generous and will give it a few more points than the original 15.

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Thanks Angrboda! This is the first tea I have tried of theirs!

This is strange in many ways! DRY – this sort of looks like a black tea with herbs, lemongrass, and some kind of shell in it. Once infused I could tell it was a green afterall. Both before and after infusing this smells…odd…like cheap grassy green tea, herbally herbs, and cologne??? The post infusion color of the tea is that of a medium black maybe…quite dark for a green tea tho! It taste bitter and sour – I can also taste a sour lemon but a grassy green tea that isn’t very pleasing.

I totally agree with Angrboda’s findings of it being insanely bitter and I didn’t even infuse all that long…maybe a minute. The lemon notes are the only reason I am giving it SOME points at all…if it weren’t so bitter I would give it about 30+ more points but it’s very distracting.

Regardless I am happy I got to try this! :)
CHEERS!

Angrboda

I’m glad it’s not just me!

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