Good Feeling

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Green Tea
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Creamy, Floral, Green, Rose, Vanilla
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  • “The roses overpowerd the actual sencha and rasberry in this blend. Which is a shame because while I don’t mind rose tea in general, I’d have proffered the raspberry and green combination. The...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Were it not for the flowers, this one would’ve been tasty. I’m getting raspberry, but the flowers are just too overpowering. This is a sample sipdown though, yay!” Read full tasting note

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Open your windows widely on a sunny Sunday morning and let the breezy down and the first sunlights invade your bedroom. Enjoy this beautiful atmosphere from the top of your bed with a nice cup of Good Feeling green tea. This amazing sencha green tea comes from carefully selected gardens from the beautiful Fujian valleys of China, with an ideal growing climate for the finest quality tea. Lush sweet raspberries picked at the peak of ripeness wonderfully complement the grassy, vegetal flavor of green tea. A sweet touch of vanilla ennobles this delightful blend to create an amazing smooth sipping experience. A real delight for your cozy Sunday mornings!

Ingredients: Green Tea, Currants, Rose blossom leaves, Flavourings, Papaya bits, Pineapple bits, Strawberry bits, Raspberries, Natural flavouring.

- See more at: http://www.rivertea.com/good-feeling-raspberry-vanilla-green-tea?search_query=good+feeling#sthash.Ie2kGFoN.dpuf

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The roses overpowerd the actual sencha and rasberry in this blend. Which is a shame because while I don’t mind rose tea in general, I’d have proffered the raspberry and green combination. The vanilla is also there to help smooth out the rose. It’s a very creamy tea and I will enjoy finishing it but I don’t know if I’ll be repurchasing after summer.

Side note: I cold breed this tea in the fridge over night using warm water which resulted in none of the typical green tea bitterness. I might cold brew this particular tea for now since I have no luck what so ever in hot brewing a green that doesn’t come out a horrid bitter mess.

Flavors: Creamy, Floral, Green, Rose, Vanilla

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Were it not for the flowers, this one would’ve been tasty. I’m getting raspberry, but the flowers are just too overpowering.

This is a sample sipdown though, yay!

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