Green Tea Flirt

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Fruit Green Blend
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This review is for the loose leaf. It's a bit different from the teabag version, but not so very different that it seemed worthwhile to create a separate page for it. The leaves are absolutely...” Read full tasting note
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    Kaylee 388 tasting notes
  • “This is the last Tess Tea I had yet to try, til this morning. It's not horrible, but not great either. Green teas rarely float my boat but after tasting the other two tess's I had high hopes for...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1308 tasting notes

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Green tea with wild strawberry pieces and wild strawberry flavour. A gentle hint and a light smile, careless flirting… such a wonderful game! It is as natural and vivid as the flavour of Tess Flirt that wonderfully combines distinctive notes of green tea with bright strawberry and lemon sparkles.

Brewing tips: boiling water, 3-5 minutes

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This review is for the loose leaf. It’s a bit different from the teabag version, but not so very different that it seemed worthwhile to create a separate page for it.

The leaves are absolutely lovely – decent sized green tea leaves with bits of dried strawberry and citrus. They steep up a pale yellow brew. The flavor is quite nice. Predominantly strawberry with a strong-but-not-overwhelming citrus presence. The underlying tea is sort of grassy and very smooth.

The biggest difference between this version and the bagged is that it tastes much more natural. The strawberry flavor is still assertively sweet, but the citrus provides more balance and the taste is more strawberry preserves than strawberry candy.

Overall, I can see myself enjoying this from time to time as a dessert tea. Or picking out the fruit pieces and blending them with a bread-y tea to try for a toast-and-jam flavor :)

UPDATE: Neither the bagged nor the loose leaf of this tea tastes good cold. Just… blegh.

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This is the last Tess Tea I had yet to try, til this morning. It’s not horrible, but not great either.
Green teas rarely float my boat but after tasting the other two tess’s I had high hopes for this one… so I am rather disappointed.
It doesn’t irritate my throat atleast. There, I said SOMETHING good about this tea.
The green part is rather mild and grassy but the fruity note takes over. It tastes like artificial strawberry additive.
I should not have added any sugar but it wouldn’t have made that much of a difference anyhow.
Well… I’ll drink this again, though I’m not overly excited about it.
Onwards with the hunt for a green tea I love!

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C

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