Ginger & Honey Green Tea

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Green Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “I couldn't wait to try this tea. :)) It is an organic Sri Lankan green with ginger-LOVE IT!!, & organic honey-LOVE IT!! I feel the price was decent for 25 teabags so I snatched some. The teabag is...” Read full tasting note
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  • “**A review Ginger & Honey Green Tea (Organic) by St. Dalfour Certified, pure organic Green Tea. Selected and blended under the direction of the tea experts of St. Dalfour France. Enhanced by the...” Read full tasting note
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From St. Dalfour

Certified, 100% organic Green Tea.

Selected and blended under the direction of the tea experts of St. Dalfour France.

Enhanced by the all natural flavor of ginger and organic honey.

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I couldn’t wait to try this tea. :)) It is an organic Sri Lankan green with ginger-LOVE IT!!, & organic honey-LOVE IT!! I feel the price was decent for 25 teabags so I snatched some.

The teabag is neat-it is tagged without a staple, so when you pull on the tag the string emerges from inside the teabag. I let the kettle temp get away from me a little, so I steeped my tea a little shorter than usual. I smelled the ginger more than the honey in the wet teabag, but the honey more than the ginger in the cup. The aromas in the cup were rather light, which was just fine. The green tea and the honey, had slightly more presence than the ginger, which was lightly aromatic.

The flavors are not….WOW!!…KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF DELICIOUS!!, but more of a mellow flavor. The green tea was smooth, the honey added a little soothing sweetness, and the ginger a little tang on the edge of my palate. While mellow, you know you’re drinking green tea, with the honey and the ginger showing up nicely, but not showing off. While being mild, the honey and ginger stayed a short while on my palate after swallowing the tea.

I’d surely drink this tea anytime-it has a juicy quality, and was warm and soothing for my throat. See, I can drink a tea bagged tea, and enjoy it! Je ne suis pas un snob du thé! :))

Cupped & Reviewed: Saturday, April 28, 2012.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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**A review Ginger & Honey Green Tea (Organic) by St. Dalfour
Certified, pure organic Green Tea. Selected and blended under the direction of the tea experts of St. Dalfour France. Enhanced by the all-natural flavor of ginger & honey.

Brewing instruction:
Pour boiling water (as pure as possible) over one tea bag in a cup.
Immerse tea bag for 1 minute (standard), 2 minutes (strong), 3 minutes (with milk). Remove tea bag after making tea.

This is a sampler that I received with my purchase of the Organic Golden Peach Tea by St. Dalfour.
I placed the tea bag in my cup and pour the boiling water into the cup and left to steep for 2 minutes. When time has passed, I removed the covering and noticed that the tea’s color is a light brown; very pale and I can smell the ginger and it is not overly strong.

I take a sip of the tea and there is nothing particularly exciting about it. The taste of the ginger is very present and the honey does seem to mingle with it. There is always something (another flavoring that lingers in the teas background that I cannot figure out what it is?) and it somehow make me think of a sterile taste and by this I mean ‘blend’.

It is interesting to note that this tea is a Ceylon tea and that it is packed in Sri Lanka under the direction of: St. Dalfour, Fréres & Cie.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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