Rogue Wave

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This aroma of this one before and while infusing reminds me of coconut cookies! A wonderful smell, indeed! The Green Tea is a powerful one and a tad on the grassier side of things but the coconut...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you to *Paul M Tracy* for sending me a sampling of this tea! This is really good! The sencha is lightly grassy but not bitter. The coconut brings out some of the smoother qualities of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you to Paul M Tracy for this sample! The green tea base is more assertive than many of the flavored greens I have tried. In some, I almost can't detect the tea base flavor! Not so here....” Read full tasting note
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  • “I really love this tea. Everything from the scent upon opening the package... roasted coconut, yum! To the scent once brewed... roasted coconut, yum! To the taste... roasted coconut... yum! ...” Read full tasting note
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From White August

Bold Japanese sencha tea, creatively entwined with toasted coconut and ginger to create a cone of a kind experience.

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This aroma of this one before and while infusing reminds me of coconut cookies! A wonderful smell, indeed! The Green Tea is a powerful one and a tad on the grassier side of things but the coconut brings this to a whole new level! While it’s sweet and tropical and nearly cookie-like it’s a unique taste and glad White August Tea has this one available! In addition, the ginger is noticeable but very nicely done. It meshes well with the coconut and green tea! This is a bold brew and I like it! This is good both hot and cold!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I need to try this one. Pretty please

TeaEqualsBliss

I have enough for 1 cups-worth if you want me to send you that I can…let me know…

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

I would love it, unless because it is your last up you want to keep it in which case I totally understand.

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Thank you to Paul M Tracy for sending me a sampling of this tea!

This is really good! The sencha is lightly grassy but not bitter. The coconut brings out some of the smoother qualities of the sencha, I think, and there is a nice balance of spice and sweet.

The aroma that wafts from the cup is delightful. A deep sweetness from the coconut, a fresh quality from the Sencha and the distinct scent of ginger combine to create a very unique scent that is absolutely wonderful.

Thanks again Paul! I can see why this is one of your favorite green teas!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Thank you to Paul M Tracy for this sample!

The green tea base is more assertive than many of the flavored greens I have tried. In some, I almost can’t detect the tea base flavor! Not so here. This one is clearly a Japanese green and has a grassy taste rather than a vegetal or buttery taste to me. I picked up a slight astringency. There is a good coconut flavor, not as strong as in Harney’s Royal Wedding or in Bangkok, but still the forefront flavor in this tea, besides the base. I don’t have the most sensitive palate in the world, I confess it, but I didn’t pick up the ginger. It may be a very light touch of it, or maybe I don’t know exactly what I am looking for since I think the only ginger I have had in tea has been freshly grated in. Love the look of those bright flowers in the mix!

My guest really liked this one, and thought the coconut was just right! Thank you, Paul!

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Paul M Tracy

You’re very welcome! I love this tea. For me, it’s a perfect blend of cool (coconut) and hot (ginger.) I just received a tin of Bangkok so if you think that’s even more “coconutty” then I’m excited.

ashmanra

Bangkok does seem to have more coconut flavor to me, and the lemongrass really sings in it. For some reason, Bangkok makes my stomach GROWL! So I don’t drink it often. Yunnans and assams do the same thing. Most Chinese black teas don’t have that effect.

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I really love this tea. Everything from the scent upon opening the package… roasted coconut, yum! To the scent once brewed… roasted coconut, yum! To the taste… roasted coconut… yum! It’s all delicious! The sencha makes a fabulous base for this tea, which adds a freshness to the flavor. It’s ever so slightly bitter, but not cringingly so. I might go a tad easier on the steep time. (175/3 min) The tea company says that there’s ginger in here. Without having read that, I’d say no, but now I’m tasting and thinking, perhaps… just a tad. It’s very light and doesn’t add spiciness to the tea.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This is one of my all-time favorite green teas. It’s excellent both hot and iced. This blend has a pleasant yin/yang quality to it in the mixing of the hot, spicy ginger with the cooling and somewhat creamy coconut. The fragrance is enticing and reminds me of some of my favorite Thai dishes.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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