Organic Wild Berry Green Tea

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Tea Name: Organic Wild Berry Green Tea

Description: This uplifting and floral blend of Organic Sencha green tea with Organic hibiscus, freeze dried strawberry fruit, blueberry fruit and natural flavors of blueberry and raspberry will make you think otherwise of green teas. Its not so traditional zesty flavor will continue to strike you every time you take a sip with its luscious fruit flavors and aromas throughout.

Origin/Estate: China

Caffeine: Green teas, are unfermented teas and have approximately 20 mg of caffeine per 8 oz cup (compared to on average 90 mg of caffeine per 8 oz cup of coffee)

Taste: Green tea with a subtle mixture of tropical citrus fruits

Ingredients: Organic Sencha, Organic Hibiscus, strawberries, blueberry fruit, and natural flavors of blueberry and raspberry

Brewing: Water: 180°F / Leaves: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces / Infusion Time: 3–4 minutes

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4846 tasting notes

Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of this tea. I steeped it on the light side to avoid the effects of hibiscus, and it worked, all I’m really getting from the hibiscus here is color… I don’t even taste much from it, maybe just a hint of tart, which could just as easily be part of the berry as it could the hibiscus.

It is lightly sweet, a little tart, and pleasant to drink.

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6770 tasting notes

This smells wonderful – very berry – but it smells more intense than it tastes. Which…the more I think about it is GOOD because that means the Hibiscus wasn’t too much to handle…it was nicely done. A nice partner to the berry. The berry notes ARE louder than the green tea but the green tea is sweeter and not grassy so that’s a plus, too, I suppose, in this case. The word that sums up this tea description is…pleasant! I’m drinking it HOT but I think COLD would be just as nice if not better! Pretty good! I will be sharing this one with Ashley!

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