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Pear Tree Green

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea Leaves, Pear
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Caffeine
Low
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  • “Once you go looseleaf, you never go back. Bleh. This tea was kinda gross? There's a thing about bagged tea that I absolutely hate. It's just so... no. I mean, like I *think it'd be good? But I'm...” Read full tasting note
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Our famous green tea artfully perfumed with the essence of ripe pears. In the cup it is crisp and sweet just as a pear should be.

Sweet memories of childhood. Closing my eyes, I am eleven again, sitting in the arms of a pear tree, eating the ripe fruit, not a care in the world. A moment captured in time, fleeting yet enduring, contained within the steeping tealeaves.
This tea was first blended to show how meticulous artisan blending techniques can properly balance medium-tannic Young Hyson green teas (mountainous harvests) with the character of fruits. Pears are one of the world’s most popular fruits, having been cultivated in China for millennia. In this tea, natural pear enhances the green tea’s soft, slightly-tannic tones. Great served iced or hot!

Each of our oversize teabags is strong enough to brew two cups of tea.

“We use some of the teas for smoking our food products and the flavor they pick up is great, especially the combination of Pear and Berry with our Duck Breast.” – ICON Calvin Belknap

The Master Blender suggests a 70 second infusion time to strike the balance between achieving a rich depth and avoiding bitterness.

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1 Tasting Note

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397 tasting notes

Once you go looseleaf, you never go back.
Bleh.
This tea was kinda gross? There’s a thing about bagged tea that I absolutely hate. It’s just so… no.
I mean, like I *think it’d be good? But I’m just so used to the taste of loose leaf that this one was just… I didn’t really care for it. Luckily it was free haah

Karel

lol. I love your reviews. They’re the best. I can totally hear you talking when I read this. hehe. MISS YOU.

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