Sencha Pear (organic)

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “Sipdown of this one tonight (stealing the term from TeaEqualsBliss !) Well, I managed to make a pretty good cup of it for my last one. This tastes the way I initially remembered the tea, light and...” Read full tasting note
  • “Received this tea as a sample from fellow steepsterite Aimee Popovacki via the Facebook tea traders group ( This was a great mellow tea to start the...” Read full tasting note
  • “{Backlogged Review} Pear teas are the elusive flavour for me. I’ve yet to find one that captured what a pear means to me. And this one? Failed. Miserably. I was happy to have gotten it in a...” Read full tasting note
  • “I tried a sip of this when I was in the store to find out why another tea is no longer doing what it is supposed to do. And found this to be an enjoyable green. Enjoyable enough to take home 10g...” Read full tasting note


A delicacy

Pears are loved around the world. But they are originally from Asia, and have been cultivated there for at least 3000 years. So it’s only logical to savour them with an organic Japanese green sencha. Our blend also contains marigold blossoms and apple, for a sweet, crisp, beautiful tea. It’s perfect for dessert, or as an afternoon treat with a little something sweet.

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The pear taste is bang on, so much so that it feels slightly artificial. The taste is crisp with a hint of sweetness it is an overall enjoyable tea, and my first ever from David’s Tea. The apple pieces compliment the pear quite well and the flowers adds to overall presentation of the tea. My only real complaint was the quality of the sencha tea used, i found that it contained almost half of twigs (Kukicha) rather than tea leaves which was rather disappointing, to further complicate the matter its hard to steep alone in a cup without a tea bag or a tea press of some sort as the tiny bits of twig just kind of float at the top much like a rooibos tea would. Mostly it was enjoyable but i would not buy it again unless they do something about the tea.

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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