Green Tea Sage

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  • “I never thought about it when I used to regularly leave teabags in the mug while drinking my tea, but some teas seem to benefit substantially from lengthy steeps. This is one of those teas. At...” Read full tasting note
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Sage plant is used as a spice in many foods and beverages. Sage is known in folk medicine for its various medicinal virtues, including soothing the stomach. This distinctive flavor is blended in harmony with the taste of green tea and gives the resulting brew a delicate aroma.

Steep 3-5 minutes or to taste.

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I never thought about it when I used to regularly leave teabags in the mug while drinking my tea, but some teas seem to benefit substantially from lengthy steeps. This is one of those teas. At 3-5 minutes, it’s very meh. Flavor is weak and unimpressive. Luckily, I got distracted at work and didn’t come back to the cup until 15-20 minutes later. Oh. my. goodness. The flavors really come out to play. It’s a lovely balance of honey and sage and I find it extremely enjoyable. I wasn’t paying attention to aroma or color, but I’ll definitely be having it again and will try to notice those things.

I think many of the Wissotzky green teas fall into the category of teas that benefit from lengthy steepings. Not sure why.

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