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Fruit Green Blend
Berries, Figs, Kiwi, Rose Petals, Sencha
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From American Tea Room

A heavenly blend of Japanese Sencha, rose petals, berries, figs, and kiwi. This green tea is light in caffeine. Nirvana is the perfect tea for inner reflection

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16 Tasting Notes

2201 tasting notes

I did a cold brew of the rest of this one. It was INTENSE and I thought maybe too intense, but surprisingly I drank the entire thing. Very fruity, but somehow not overwhelming. It could probably be diluted even more and still be super flavorful. Definitely tasty.


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6768 tasting notes

OMG! The added fruit bits are HUGE and this smell awesome! There is a LARGE Berry in my strainer…should I eat it!? LOL

This is a nice Sencha but the fruit really adds to everything and I’m so thankful for NO Hibiscus in this loose leaf mix! YUM! A nice fruity green! YUM!

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69 tasting notes

Quality leaf with huge pieces of fruit. Nicely balanced and I am a sucker for the fig backdrop. Unique, tasty and I just love fig tea!

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec
American Tea Room

have you tried the Toasted Fig yet? I sent a batch to Stephen for review but I am not sure I ever sent you a sample as we just introduced it before the holidays.


David, I haven’t tried it yet, but I do have a sample that I am looking forward to!

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4843 tasting notes

Based on the description and the other tasting notes on this tea, I expected it to be exceptional. It is not. It’s alright, but nothing I need to run out and buy again which is good since I don’t really care for this company anyway.

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1137 tasting notes

This is exceptional. The balance of fruit is perfect!

American Tea Room

thanks to you (and several others) this is our #2 selling tea in only its first month of introduction!!!

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596 tasting notes

I’m not much for flavored green teas, but this one is done right. Fruity and clean.

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612 tasting notes


Fruity but in a true-fruit, refreshing, non-cloying way. Also, visually stunning in terms of the fruit pieces, and the tea leaves aren’t bad either. I dig.

Bet this would be really good cold steeped provided you timed it right, yum.

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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230 tasting notes

I made this in my 3-4 cup tea pitcher and it sat on my desk all day. YUM! It was a great tea to have by my side at work tasted great hot, warm, and room temperature. Fruit and green tea is nicely balanced.

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3737 tasting notes

An Ode to Tea challenge – N

  From a looonnng ago teabox! Sipdown next time. I think I’ve had this blend from another tea shop before.  I can’t remember which.  A bit of searching and it’s Tealyra/Tealux’s ‘Sencha Berry Fig’. It looks like Dethlefsen & Balk sells it, but I don’t think I have had any of their teas before (directly under their name anyway). I do love the idea of the fig with the kiwi?  It doesn’t seem like it would work but this blend does.  However, this sample didn’t have any of those big luscious fruit pieces like the photo indicates should be here. Also rose and berries – none!  The blend looks like plain sencha.  Plenty flavor though.  But maybe that just proves some tea relies more on added flavoring than actual fruit flavor.   Funnily enough, first steep was mostly fig, second steep mostly kiwi, all on a buttery lovely sencha base.  I wouldn’t mind having this stocked up, especially if the big fruit pieces are actually present in more than just a sample (but this was an official sample from American Tea Room that hadn’t been opened yet, so it really should have been more than just sencha.)  It’s a decent  fruit tea and the flavor lasts for years anyway. The Tealux blend got a 94. This now will get 89.
Steep #1  // 1 1/3 teaspoons for full mug // 34 minutes after boiling  // 1 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2  //  33 minutes after boiling //  2 minute steep

Mastress Alita

Dethlefsen & Balk are a big wholesaler, they only sell to other teashops, not direct-to-consumer.


Ah, well that’s why I haven’t had any of their teas under their own name then.

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694 tasting notes

Sipdown 7 of 2015. Sample from Beorhthraefn Thank you!

Received 10/2015 – Finished 12/2015

This is a slightly fruity green tea. This is really nice. I did not make this bitter yay! A little creamy, a little vegital. A pretty good afternoon cup.

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