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Words cannot describe the amazing taste of this tea. The sweet taste of premium Tuna and aged Cheddar is a perfect match for this Green. I drank this tea while eating a Tuna Melt Sandwich and had a hard time telling which was which. Masterful blend. Hats off!
The leaves on this tea are beautiful, a nice pale green in colour. However the smell is some what akin to stale urine mixed with corn(Sorry that’s what it smells like.) I fail to find the floral component apart from the slightly sweet vegetal taste. Unfortunately not my cup of tea.
Has a slight earthy taste I have found common in Pu-Ur Teas. There is nice sweetness to taste as Gingko describes. Very warming taste.
The best thing about this Tea is the fancy name. Very unremarkable taste, I’ve had better tasting greens from Liptons. Disappointing.
2010: A Tea Odyssey. This tea is full of stars! Its like drinking a garden bouquet. I am completely in this tea’s awe. If this grade II blows my mind I can only imagine the Euphoria of the higher grades.
Melt in your mouth buttery flavor. Makes me want to get a donut. The coconut overpowers the green taste but not in a bad way. Lovely.
Very unusual tasting green. I drank this first thing in the morning and perhaps my nose was still blocked but it seemed to smell of Turkey dinner. Not in a unpleasant way. Not something I would drink daily but enjoyable.
Fantastic tasting Sencha! Smooth.
Very similar to Tao of Teas Jade Bamboo, almost identical taste, perhaps a little more on the tannic side. Very nice.
One of the better Chai’s Ive tasted. Not overpowering, pretty close to what you get in India, except the big missing ingredient:Indian Cows Milk. Mmmmmm
Mellow. Very pleasant taste.
Fantastic taste. Exceptionally smooth even after long steeps hardly gets bitter.
Rice should be in a bowl and not in my tea.
Not the best Gyokuro, but not the worst either. I give it a Meh.