Decaffeinated Tropical Green

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Fruit Herbal Blend
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Backlog from last night: I received this as a free sample from *Utopia Tea*. Thank you! I’ve never had anything labelled “decaffeinated” before. I feel... all grown up, like I’ve progressed to the...” Read full tasting note
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    CrowKettle 487 tasting notes
  • “The dry tea has a somewhat off-putting smell, but I can't place it. I followed the package directions on this and use 1tsbp to 12oz of water, but didn't boil the water. I just used 180...” Read full tasting note
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    RumpusParable 274 tasting notes

From Utopia Tea

Fresh and lush decaffeinated green tea leaves combined with pineapple and papaya to create a sweet and savory flavor and slight astringent finish. Green tea contains a large amount of natural plant-derived antioxidant compounds called polyphenols that fight off cancer and a variety of diseases. Green tea has been proven to aid in the prevention of halitosis, protect the body, lower cholesterol, promote healthy blood vessel functionality, and strengthen the immune system. Try this tea hot or over ice!

Ingredients
Decaffeinated green tea, pineapple, cornflower, natural flavors

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Backlog from last night: I received this as a free sample from Utopia Tea. Thank you! I’ve never had anything labelled “decaffeinated” before. I feel… all grown up, like I’ve progressed to the next extremity of “caffeine” consumption! ;)

The aroma of the dry leaf reminds me of those pineapple flavoured Koala’s March I used to gobble up as a child when visiting the Hawaiian Islands; airy cookie, candied pineapple filling… Not until this very moment did I realize my ambition to never be without a good pineapple tea, macadamia nuts, and Koala March cookies. I need to get cracking on that!

The actual taste of this one is very similar to the smell. It’s watery, floral, and is heavy with sugary fruit near the end of the sip. The green tea is pretty subdued. It’s not terribly exciting but it’s relaxing in a pinch.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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The dry tea has a somewhat off-putting smell, but I can’t place it.

I followed the package directions on this and use 1tsbp to 12oz of water, but didn’t boil the water. I just used 180 degree-ish water when it said to boil. Oops.

The steeped tea has that off-putting scent, too. It’s kind of a citrusy, floral thing mixed with the green tea.

The taste is mostly just green tea. It has a greener, more citrusy feeling (not truly flavor) as an after-taste that settles around the roof of the mouth. Maybe a little sweetness in there.

It’s okay. Not enough different from plain green tea to bother with as a purchase, but not bad and I’ll either trade off or drink the rest of the sample.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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