Ginkgo Temple of Heaven

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  • “I was craving a fruity green tea and had never tried Tea Emporium. This one sounded interesting with the addition of ginkgo. The package said "makes an unbelievable iced tea" so I doubled the...” Read full tasting note
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    meandestore 8 tasting notes
  • “There is definitely a strong taste of ginkgo in this tea. It is the major note, and blends nicely with the papaya. I like this tea, but it's not my favourite of the Tea Emporium's flavoured green...” Read full tasting note
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    amandastock 9 tasting notes

From The Tea Emporium

Japanese Bancha tea blended with ginkgo biloba leaves, papaya pieces and cherry. Ginkgo is said to be good for the memory. Light refreshing fruit flavour.

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I was craving a fruity green tea and had never tried Tea Emporium. This one sounded interesting with the addition of ginkgo. The package said “makes an unbelievable iced tea” so I doubled the leaves and iced it after adding a little stevia. I noticed an aroma of sweet cherries and it was natural and fresh. The flavor was light, fruit sweet, and refreshing. Cherry is the dominant flavor, but there are hints of papaya which mellows everything out. It’s the perfect flavored green tea for spring and summer and it lives up to the claim—“unbelievable iced tea”. Next time I might try leaving out the stevia just to see how it tastes without sweetener. I will be making pitchers of this all summer!

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There is definitely a strong taste of ginkgo in this tea. It is the major note, and blends nicely with the papaya. I like this tea, but it’s not my favourite of the Tea Emporium’s flavoured green blends.

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