A perfectly fine bag tea served at a restaurant this morning with a pot of tepid tap water. Boo. I’m going to volunteer to be this place’s tea sommelier.
“Bagged grocery store version, returned (with apologies) to me by MIL...I forgot she can't have green tea for dietary reasons. Nothing to sing show tunes about, but I might whistle a little about it...” Read full tasting note
“I have tried several times to like this tea because my mother pawned off a giant box of it on me a few months ago. Haven't been successful yet. I think it will become a cooking tea. It moves from...” Read full tasting note
“My local grocery store has Stash teas at $1.78 for 20 bags. Perhaps it's time to revisit Stash and hope that their other teas are better than their chocolate and vanilla ones. Since I know this one...” Read full tasting note
“You know you're accumulating too many teas when you open your cabinet and find a big unopened package that was purchased almost two years ago. I can't believe that I didn't discover it before now,...” Read full tasting note
Steamed fresh from the garden, our Premium Green tea retains its color and natural flavor, leaving it rich in antioxidants. Pale green in the cup, with a slightly sweet flavor. Sip it plain.
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Prepared with barely-hot water, these bags make an okay green tea that is slightly sweet and dry on the tongue, but fairly refreshing. However, it’s far too easy to over-brew or use water that is too hot, which results in an incredibly bitter and undrinkable tea. While nowhere near the quality of a good loose-leaf green tea, it’s an okay alternative when loose is not an option.