Tropical Mist Sencha

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Tropical Mist Sencha Tea Type: Green Tea

Ingredients: Chinese sencha green tea, marigold petals, cornflower petals, fruit pieces, flavor

Origin of Tropical Mist Sencha : Hunan, China

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When I opened the package, I was blasted with a tropical wave of fruitiness. It was amazing and promising and it delivered.

When brewed, I could still smell the tropical fruit scent of pineapple. (So happy! Most of the time, it disappears once steeped.) 165/2 min using the Breville. It tastes like a nice fruity green. The Chinese sencha is strong enough to maintain its flavor in the tea, and the tropical fruit flavor does not overpower it in any way.

This is a really nice tea for any time of the day. My only complaint is that when I went back to the website to find it, it was no longer listed.

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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec
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Thanks for the Tea rating QuiltGuppy, I have to order more of this tea, Im currently out :( but I will let you know as soon as I get it back it :)

QuiltGuppy

I would definitely reorder this one… thanks! :)

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Thank-you QuiltGuppy for this sample.

First off, I am so happy that I reviewed how to heat of the water to steep green teas, because I know that scorched leaves would really suck with this tea.

I could smell the fruitiness of the leaves as soon as the pouch was opened, and decided that despite the time I would have a cup of this.

I agree with QuiltGuppy the fruit scent is still there once steeped, but the taste is just green tea, or sencha, or the like. I am not familiar enough with the varying flavours of green teas, but I will admit this was tasty.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This is green and tropical…hence the name I suppose. Not bad at all….good both hot and cold altho I think I like it a little bit better iced!!!!

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This is really nice! I prefer this one iced to hot, but it is quite good either way.

It is mild in flavor with the green tea being the strongest flavor tasted. The tropical notes are difficult to discern, although I definitely taste pineapple. The flavors are very light here, but, I like that I can taste the sweet, buttery Sencha.

A very nice tea – a good one to have on hand for summertime! Refreshing!

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