Herb Green (Tea Bag)

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Green Herbal Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Ugh. I found an aspect of summer that I ??hate??. The sun wakes me up waaay too flippin early when I don't need to be up way to flippin early- and I am ??not?? a morning person. Funny though, this...” Read full tasting note
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Origin: Shizuoka, Japan
Dimensions: Triangular teabag: 3 dimensional, 1 inch each side.
Size: 2 grams per teabag
Types of Tea: Green tea

This teabag contains Lemmongrass, peppermint, matcha and green loose leaf tea from Japan.

The triangular shape of this teabag allows the tea inside the bag to expand to maximize flavor.

Directions for the perfect cup of tea: Pour hot water (90C-95C)in a cup(6oz) and put a teabag in it. Steep for a half minute. Move the teabag up and down slowly for 5 to 6 times for the perfect infusion. Then remove the teabag. If you steep over a minute, the taste will get bitter.

??Editors note: I found out that the loose leaf in this is regular grade Japanese sencha, so if you’re looking for more authentic steeping parameters, try 1 bag, 3oz water @ 180F for 1 min.

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865 tasting notes

Ugh. I found an aspect of summer that I hate. The sun wakes me up waaay too flippin early when I don’t need to be up way to flippin early- and I am not a morning person. Funny though, this is the 1st year I remember this happening.

I have a sore throat today so I decided to ignore their “don’t steep over a min” warning and steep it for 3min. The result it a merky, watery pea soup like cuppa. Pretty darn good. It is just a touch bitter, but it was before. I like that- it keeps teas from getting overly sweet. It says this is made from Japanese loose tea… but based on their suggested I can’t figure out which one. I’ll email them and find out then next time I can steep it according to proper steeping parameters for the base tea.

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
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Note: I found out this is regular grade Japanese sencha.

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