Amount: 1 loose tea single steeps! just rip open the packet and dump into the strainer
Water: fill to line with boiling water
Steep Time: a little over 5 minutes
Dry Leaf Smell: lemongrass, floral, mint
Steeped Tea Smell: mint, lemongrass, floral
Flavor: sweet, lemongrass, mint
Aftertaste: tingly, minty, lemongrass
Liquor: translucent reddish-yellow
The tea was a nice zippy herbal tea to sip on. You had better like lemongrass and mint as they are the predominant flavors here.
Now here is my thoughts on the Kati system’s goal – introducing bagged / pyramid tea drinkers to loose tea with minimal fuss – I think it does a great job.
I was able, with only boiling water and a timer (a clock would do) to make loose leaf tea. It’s simple – place strainer in cup, dump in packet of pre-measured leaf, add hot water to fill line, wait the designate (on the packet) number of minutes, set strainer on lid and enjoy.
My number one and only complaint is I think a handle would improve the cup. It now is 3 for 3 on being too hot to pickup after steeping herbal teas for 5 minutes with boiling kettle water.
Resteep: just as strong and tasty
>> Here is my kati loose tea system review from a loose tea drinker perspective.
>>Images of the Chamomile Citron loose tea single steeps™