Walnut Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
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Flavors
Butter, Nuts
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Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 45 sec 15 oz / 443 ml

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  • “Thanks for this one *KallieBoo!* I totally agree that this was a lovely surprise! This is really fantastic! I can taste the gentle yet buttery green tea flavor with a nice even amount of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “sipdown! another lovely sample from *kallieboo!* While greens aren't my favourite, this is pretty nice. There is a feeling of a buttery walnutty taste here. Given my preferences for non greens, i...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Tonight I returned to the Tea Grotto to have pot of this tea since it smelled so amazing last time I was in there. It smells so sweet and nutty! I don't often associate walnut with a type of nut I...” Read full tasting note
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    dinosara 2007 tasting notes
  • “Walnut Green – The Tea Grotto – 2/5/14 2.5 minutes, 175 degrees Nutty and buttery are the first few sips without the sugar stirred up. It’s actually quite pleasant and drinkable this way. The...” Read full tasting note
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This tea has a nice, buttery, nutty flavor.

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6770 tasting notes

Thanks for this one KallieBoo!

I totally agree that this was a lovely surprise! This is really fantastic! I can taste the gentle yet buttery green tea flavor with a nice even amount of Walnut but there is more going on here, too! The there hints of coconut, something like pineapple and/or papaya, and even notes of sweet, floral, and cookie…YAY! A pure delight!

Veronica

That sounds so good! On to my shopping list it goes.

Rebecca Lynn

I love walnut green teas! It’s like one of the only sorts of green I like!

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5241 tasting notes

sipdown! another lovely sample from kallieboo! While greens aren’t my favourite, this is pretty nice. There is a feeling of a buttery walnutty taste here. Given my preferences for non greens, i wouldn’t keep this as a staple, but i’d be open to having the occasional cup here and there :) thanks for Sharing Kallie!

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2007 tasting notes

Tonight I returned to the Tea Grotto to have pot of this tea since it smelled so amazing last time I was in there. It smells so sweet and nutty! I don’t often associate walnut with a type of nut I really go for (my faves are almond and pistachio), but this one smelled very good. I decided to get a pot and hang out because I wasn’t really a fan of the takeout situation.

They actually brewed the tea for me and brought the pot out once it was done so I have no idea about the steeping parameters here. It turned out quite nice! I don’t know that I could pick this out as walnut rather than general nuttiness, but it is nice and tasty. There is a bit of a nut oil slick on the top of this one and after drinking a whole pot my mouth is kind of dry, but the tea is not too grassy or vegetal. It could be more buttery or nutty which would make this tea even more awesome, but I really enjoyed my cup as it is. At the very end of the pot a large amount of tea powder came pouring out, so I’m not sure if the infusers they use are just kind of big or what. Thankfully it didn’t keep steeping and get bitter or anything.

Tamm

When you went there were they nice? Last time I visited this shop at its former location they were really rude. We ended up leaving without purchasing anything. It was a huge disappointment because there are really just not enough tea shops in Utah.

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Walnut Green – The Tea Grotto – 2/5/14
2.5 minutes, 175 degrees

Nutty and buttery are the first few sips without the sugar stirred up. It’s actually quite pleasant and drinkable this way. The base tea must be very nice. Sugar brings out both of the flavours a whole lot more and subdues the base a little except at the end of the sip and the aftertaste (which is in my cheeks again, keychange). There was one enormous half of a walnut in my leaf as well as some sort of fruit that I think was candied pineapple from the look of it. I can taste that faintly to the sides of the flavour of the nut. If I drink more quickly as it cools, the taste of the base green tea comes to the fore and is quite bright and buttery all on it’s own. Nut and fruit are fading with the temperature.

Verdict? I’d drink this again. Not sure I’d buy it because walnut isn’t my fave and I have way too much tea already but if it were served to me I would drink it with a smile.

TTBB #7 (almost time to go home from work)

Flavors: Butter, Nuts

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec 2 tsp 15 OZ / 443 ML

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I got this tea as a present and was hesitant to try it. It was wonderful!! It has a light buttery taste. An excellent after dinner or afternoon tea. A great pick me up!

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 0 sec
ScottTeaMan

Walnut green tea…….that sounds very interesting & tasty. :P

KallieBoo!

It’s sooo good. If I had some I’d send it to you!

ScottTeaMan

That’s aweful nice of you KBoo! Sounds like you’re new to tea or Steepster.

KallieBoo!

Yeah haha I’ve been looking up/studying/tasting/trying/searching/whatevering tea since last November! I’ve learned a lot and I love it! Definitely my new hobby. Well, it’s not really a hobby anymore.. it’s turned into a lifestyle. I can’t go a day without drinking tea!

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