Sencha Green Tea

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150 °F / 65 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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“Discover the fresh and delicate taste of Lipton Sencha Green Tea.
Hand picked in Indonesian plantations, the leaves are processed according to Sencha tradition: steamed, prior to hot-air drying. This preserves the freshness to deliver a light green infusion with a refined aroma. Our selection of Sencha, with delicate notes of Osmanthus flower, will offer you a genuine green tea experience. Presented in Lipton transparent Pyramid tea bags, designed for a better infusion of long tea leaves” Lipton description

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For a teabag and for Lipton this is AMAZING stuff.
Dont overbrew (as with all teas and esp green tea) as it will quickly turn to crap.

150 °F / 65 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Drank this because it’s the best we have at the office right now. For a tea bag tea it’s okay. Still prefer loose tea.

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54 tasting notes

This tea is weird. If I stew it in a water that was heated in the microwave, it tastes very good. Kind of like green tea with some sort of candy. Very nice.

But then, stewing it in a water heated by other methods, even if I’d try to do it exactly as I did the last time when I got a good cup… it fails, and it tastes horrible.

I’ll give the points for the taste that it has when it turns out well.

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