I like this tea a lot but man, if you over steep it, it’t the most bitter stuff ever.
“I like this tea a lot but man, if you over steep it, it't the most bitter stuff ever.” Read full tasting note
“I definitely like the weight this tea carries in my mouth. The green tea is almost like a taiwanese oolong in taste. I don't detect any sort of grassiness at all, and the armona is a fresh-picked...” Read full tasting note
“Got this in a latte today from CBTL and it tasted just like the name. I really got a nice strawberry taste.” Read full tasting note
“Had some of this last week. I like the square tin and the label is nice. It smells very good but the taste is a little bitter. I will try another cup not brewed as long.” Read full tasting note
We start with the choicest grades of Japanese and Chinese pan-fired green teas. Then we add bits of strawberries, and flavors of strawberries and cream. The result is a delicate, light-bodied and well-balanced creamy tea. Enjoy it as a special treat when you need to indulge your senses.
Aroma: fruity, creamy
Flavor: delicate jasmine
Origin: china, Japan
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I definitely like the weight this tea carries in my mouth. The green tea is almost like a taiwanese oolong in taste. I don’t detect any sort of grassiness at all, and the armona is a fresh-picked strawberry (sadly, I don’t get any “cream” in either taste or smell – maybe I haven’t had it enough) that lingers for a few moments on the palette.
It was almost overbrewed by the time I got to it though, the water they use at my local Coffee Bean is ridiculously hot.