I did not buy this tea but a box of the bags came free with a past online tea order with Ten Tea. Not bad for a teabag green tea, it has some slightly astringent notes and is a tad on the grassy side but luckily neither of them are too overpowering. Regardless I gave away the rest of the box to a friend who drinks mainly teabag teas.
Green tea is an unfermented tea and undergo the least amount of processing. When brewed, it produces a tea with a light greenish-yellow color, a fresh flavor, and a pure aroma. The tea leaves used in these tea bags are steamed to stop the fermentation process, while Dragon Well green tea leaves are pan fried to stop the fermentation process. Green tea has been reported to contain vitamin C, many amino acids, and among teas, the highest concentration of catechins which has been reported by researchers to help prevent cancer. The water used to steep green tea should be about 160°F or 70°C to prevent scalding the leaves.