Decaffeinated China Green (ZG09)

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Green Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Upton Tea Imports

Surprisingly flavorful, this decaffeinated green tea has a pleasant vegetal quality.

So as to preserve as much flavor as possible, this tea was decaffeinated using the CO2 process.

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115 tasting notes

(1.6 grams, 6 oz water): Powerful aroma of a new-mown lawn, with hints of straw. Fairly powerful grassy taste, with hints of something else underneath. The finish lingers. As the tea cooled, the flavor changed from grass to straw, but stayed pleasant and relatively strong. This is my favorite green decaf. I drank it immediately after the Harney’s decaf sencha, and the proximity emphasized how much more powerful this tea is. However, in going back and forth between the two teas, I found that this tea lacks the crispness of the Harney’s, which I really like.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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224 tasting notes

Pretty pale green color. Slight smell of turpentine but it tastes ok.

Developed more turpentine as it cooled.

Carolyn

Very ew. It turned out that as the tea cooled the turpentine note came into its own. I couldn’t finish the tea. It is off my list of ok teas.

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Caffeine Free Tea Box

Meh, it’s alright. Though I can’t blame upton that I’m not a big fan of plain teas. This one is going under my “better iced” section.

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6 tasting notes

Nothing fancy, but a very good decaf green tea.

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