Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea
Flavors
Bitter, Roasted, Vegetal
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Caffeine
Low
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Average preparation
2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Yesterday was a rough day and, unfortunately, it’s carried over into this morning. I’m going to try to make things a little better with a cup of good tea. I steeped this at a lower temperature,...” Read full tasting note
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From Nepali Tea Traders

Amoda Tea Monthly Box – May 2015

Looking for a flavourful green tea? This signature green tea of Nepali Tea Traders starts from tea bushes high in chlorophyll content, making the tea steeping in your cup a pleasing vibrant green (and an extra healthy brew!). This is a great example of a premium tea grown at high altitude. It’s smooth to sip and tastes fresh, lightly vegetal and sweet to finish.

Ingredients: Nepalese green tea

Steep It
1.5 tsp per 8 oz cup
71°C/160°F
1-2 minutes

From Nepali Tea Traders:

Succulent green leaves from select bushes with high chlorophyll content are selected for our signature green, second-flush tea. The result is a liquor with an exquisite lime brightness and sweet vegetal aroma and flavor. This tea reflects the best qualities of our high-altitude Himalayan green teas, vibrant, fresh and flavorful. Ana’s also reveals a smooth mouthfeel and lovely sweet finish.

http://www.nepaliteatraders.com/collections/green-tea/products/anas-tea-a-pure-bright-aromatic-green-tea

http://amodatea.com/collections/tea-shop/products/anas-green

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Yesterday was a rough day and, unfortunately, it’s carried over into this morning. I’m going to try to make things a little better with a cup of good tea. I steeped this at a lower temperature, though I’m not sure of the exact temp since I didn’t use a thermometer to check it. I just know that I started with 200 degree water and let it cool for about 3 minutes before adding the tea leaves.

There is a roasted quality to this that actually reminds me somewhat of an oolong. Could that be right? The steeped leaves have that same roasted aroma. With just a touch of honey, the taste is quite enjoyable. This one I’m sure would be best in a gaiwan so I may try that next time.

Second Steep
8 ounces water + 2 minutes

The leaves are starting to relax and slump. A little bitter, more vegetal this time around.

Flavors: Bitter, Roasted, Vegetal

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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