Strawberry Genmaicha

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Freeze Dried Strawberries, Genmaicha, Matcha Green Tea, Organic Natural Flavors (Vegan)
Flavors
Burnt, Roasted, Strawberry, Sweet, Toasted Rice, Toasty
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Organic, Vegan
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Average preparation
Iced 8 min or more 34 oz / 1005 ml

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  • “This dry blend smelled so deliciously of strawberries but once steeped all I can smell is the roasty, toasty rice. It is so unbelievably savory. I wasn’t too sure I would like it, I’m not a big...” Read full tasting note
  • “Morning cuppa. I kind of like the simplicity of this one; it’s just Genmaicha with strawberry – no frills, straight to the point. I do find that the strawberry is actually almost a little too...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Ugh – I just finished writing a tasting note for this and the interweb gods decided to destroy it and it just feels weird writing the same thing all over again. So I’ll try to summarize without...” Read full tasting note

From 52teas

Tea of the Week for March 27, 2017!

We’ve been known to create some pretty unique Genmaicha blends – and we plan to keep on creating those – but we thought it might be nice to try something a little simpler – something straightforward yet delicious! We take our Genmaicha infused with Matcha and blend it with the sweet, juicy flavor of strawberries to bring you this delightful tea treat.

The nutty, roasty-toasty flavor of genmaicha mingles beautifully with the lusciously sweet flavor of strawberry – yeah, it might be not be a marshmallow treat or coconut flan – but it is so berry delicious!

organic ingredients: green teas, popped rice, freeze-dried strawberries and natural flavors

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This dry blend smelled so deliciously of strawberries but once steeped all I can smell is the roasty, toasty rice. It is so unbelievably savory. I wasn’t too sure I would like it, I’m not a big fan of green tea anyway, and that toasted smell was making me wary of the whole thing. It no longer smelled like sweet, juicy strawberries, more like burnt Rice Krispies. I was happily surprised when I stated it to find that the strawberry sweetness is still there in the background and not overwhelmed by the toasted rice. I’m even enjoying the rice. It’s more subtle than I was anticipating. I’ve even starting to smell the strawberry again. This is only my second time trying genmaicha (I think) so I’m still very much learning my way around it. The last cup I had was brewed hot and came out bitter.

Flavors: Burnt, Roasted, Strawberry, Sweet, Toasted Rice, Toasty

Preparation
Iced 8 min or more 9 tsp 34 OZ / 1005 ML

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Morning cuppa.

I kind of like the simplicity of this one; it’s just Genmaicha with strawberry – no frills, straight to the point. I do find that the strawberry is actually almost a little too bright to really work with the roasty rice but that might just be because the leaf I measured out this morning had a lot of strawberry in it. Plus, while it treads that line very closely I don’t think it actually crosses over it.

I’m feeling this one.

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Ugh – I just finished writing a tasting note for this and the interweb gods decided to destroy it and it just feels weird writing the same thing all over again. So I’ll try to summarize without getting all flowery or magniloquent.

I’ll just say this: This was last week’s Tea of the Week – it’s simple yet delicious. Bright strawberry flavor, warm, roasty-toasty genmaicha with a hint of creaminess from the Matcha (I use Matcha infused Genmaicha). A really nice cuppa that’s almost sold out.

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There is an extension for Chrome browser (and I think also firefox) where it stores any text you type into a text area, just in case you were logged out/lose the text. It’s called Lazarus form recovery. I’ve had to use it so many times for lost tasting notes.

52Teas

Arby – thank you – I will have to check that out – because it’s frustrating when that happens. It has also happened with my ecommerce site – I’ll type in a description for a tea and then all the sudden poof and it’s gone. Frustrating!

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