2 Tasting Notes
Not quite as full-bodied as a fruity tea should be, leaves drinker slightly dissatisfied. Nevertheless, it is smooth, with perfect ingredient choices that completely complement each other. Slightly dry in the mouth; smells like a candy store. I would get this again! Steep a bit longer than most fruity/herbal teas for best taste.
Flavors: Berries, Black Currant, Blackberry, Blueberry, Dark Bittersweet, Dried Fruit, Passion Fruits, Violet
I generally leave one or two teas out for several hours. not on purpose, but it gives the tea a very harsh flavor (as expected). You would think that this green tea develops a metallic flavor when left out too long, but I was pleasantly surprised to find that it did not! It is very clearly a Japanese green tea; you could tell even without the box if you knew the difference. It is very smooth with everything about green tea a green tea lover would love (that was a mouthful)! We found a box of 100 bags for $13, for very good value as well. I have around 4 or 5 cups a day, and I must say it is nice not to have to resort to my dad’s Earl Greys.
Flavors: Asparagus, Autumn Leaf Pile, Herbs, Wet Moss