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Artichoke, Ash, Brown Toast, Decayed Wood
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Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 6 g 87 oz / 2572 ml

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From Hampstead Tea

Delicate and fresh tasting, our biodynamic green tea is valued for its detoxifying and antioxidant properties. Its unfermented leaves are only lightly steamed before being dried.

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Out of a plastic sippy mug that’s just been rinsed out for several days, it’s hard to tell much, but I think I can safely say this is a fair “workhorse” bagged green tea. Fresh without much bitterness, even with sloppy steeping.

Oh, how I can’t wait for a good cuppa!

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My usual response to a bagged tea is “ugh” … and generally, I procrastinate trying it because of that automatic response. But, this is really a very pleasing green tea … surprisingly good, especially considering it’s a bagged tea.

It has a strong green flavor – that is, strongly vegetative, with grassy undertones and an overtone that resembles mild steamed vegetables that have been lightly buttered. A hint or two of kelp in there too, but, only a hint, nothing that I find to be overpowering or off-putting.

I’m actually quite enjoying this, it has a smooth, relaxing kind of flavor that gently restores as I sip it. Then again, I’ve been quite impressed thus far with the tea offerings from Hampstead Tea, this tea just reaffirms that opinion.

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I have the loose tea version.Smooth ,fresh,grassy,a little fruity(reminds me of soft,juicy fruit like plum and dried prune at the same time ),flavorful and mild. The green flavor is actually strong,but in a very gentle and subtle way so it’s easy to accept.My first sip is bitter ,but all I get from then on is fresh sweetness of herbs itself.

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i do love green tea so much! http://www.favewallpapers.com/60916-saucer-leaves-drink-tea.html

Flavors: Artichoke, Ash, Brown Toast, Decayed Wood

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 6 g 87 OZ / 2572 ML

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