Green Tea

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From the lush tea gardens of the Orient, Salada Green Tea is a fine quality blend which continues in the ancient Orient tradition. Unlike other teas, green tea leaves are steamed rather than oxidized to create a distinctly different tea type. Once brewed, Salada Green Tea produces a delicately smooth flavor and a natural sweetness all its own. 100% green tea

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865 tasting notes

1 tea bag in a random amount of water at a random temp for a random amount of time during Bible Study this morning. A stronger green tea, not light like a lot of loose leaf I drink. Definitely not a bad tea… and ABSOLUTELY better than no tea at all. I’m getting some lemon notes which is interesting.


For a bagged tea, the Salada teas are not too bad. Not too bad…


My mom has these she drinks occasionally. I almost took a double take when I tasted lemon.


Mother-in-law, who’s not particularly discriminating, thought these were great when I got her a couple boxes for stocking stuffers.


They shocked me- I’ll gladly drink this next Sunday.

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828 tasting notes

backlogging. Had three cups of this at my grandma-in-law’s over the weekend. I’m always surprised by this tea when she serves it. I don’t expect much but then really enjoy the cup!


My M-I-L, who is NOT a tea person at all, does a cup of green tea in the mornings, and went on and on about how good this was (stocking stuffer last Christmas … and probably now this Christmas too!)


For bagged tea, I quite enjoy Salada’s offerings.


I’m surprised on how drinkable this is too! Even the decaf version!


I’m glad I’m not alone on this one!! :)

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1328 tasting notes

Sample number four dealt with. I can’t remember where this one came from, but I’ve had it for ages because… generic green tea in an ordinary bag. There’s something not super-tempting about that. But I suppose that’s exactly what this sort of week is for, isn’t it?

I hadn’t even bothered to look it up on Steepster and put it in my cupboard, it seems. Only reason I’m even posting about it, is because I found it when I looked it up to see if it would require removing from cupboard or not, and since it was here, it seemed silly not leave a little note on it.

If you have never had green tea before in your life and decide to try it for the first time, DON’T pick this one as your first attempt. This tastes nothing like real green tea. It’s slightly bitter and with a sort of generic flavour that isn’t really anything other than NOT black, if you get my meaning there. It tastes a bit minty which I suspect is aroma contamination and rather like paper which can only be bag contamination.

It’s not unbearably bad, it’s completely drinkable. It’s just not something that will be very recognisable as green tea if you don’t know that’s what you’re supposedly having.

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1887 tasting notes

I got this one from TeaEqualsBliss, it’s not Evil!Tazo Sweet Orange bad, but it’s not great either. It has almost a dusty sort of taste to it and it has a bit of a perfumy note that makes me think of jasmine tea – but not quite. It’s like the flavour goes halfway to a proper jasmin taste and then quits.

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So it’s a lazy slacker tea?


Lol AmazonV.

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552 tasting notes

Now that I am back in school, I have to get used to water heating methods. At lunch, we have a hot water spicket that we get hot water out of and the temperature is normally too hot for green tea. So, I got some and waited about two minutes for the water to cool and then put my tea bag in for about three minutes.

I’m not sure if it is because I have been drinking a lot of blacks and herbals that my green tasted funny. I think I should have the water cooled a little longer. I will try that for next time.

I’ll have a hard time getting my temperature right with my new kettle too because I am not entirely used to it yet. But I want my green tea and I am determined to learn how to make a good cup here at school.

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600 tasting notes

Tea is a delicately smooth flavor and a natural sweetness all its own, as this is good since I like my teas with nothing in it.

This tea is much weaker than other Green teas I have enjoyed.

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 15 sec

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A few years back, I did a review on here. But I haven’t posted since and have read a lot of reviews, which has inspired me to start. I really liked a guy named scottteaman, but he hasn’t posted in around four years.

Anyway, this is the tea that got me started on tea a little over fifteen years ago. I bought a box on a whim and it quickly became a nightly ritual.Oddly, I would often watch an episode of Cheers while drinking it and relax a little. It was good to laugh and have this to sip on. I highly doubt many people associate Cheers with tea, but I do. My mom soon started drinking tea as well.

Very quickly I would move on to loose green teas from China and then Japan. It was soon forgotten. But a while back I bought a box on a whim again to see how it compared. It’s noticeably stronger than most green teas. It’s clearly not fancy, but it is good. I try and always keep some on hand when it calls to me. I think it goes is perfect with Chinese food. A few months ago I even brewed a cup and watched an episode of Cheers like I used and it felt the same. It’s enjoyable and I have memories of it. Really, you can’t beat that.

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Drinking tea is 50% present-moment sensory impressions; 50% nostalgia. (Got my mom-in-law a small box of Salada as a stocking stuffer a few seasons back; she loved it so much, you’d think it was that pricey 20-year-old stuff!)


That’s very true! Having great memories with tea is a large part of it for me. Whether with friends or family, or alone after work with a cup and a shortbread, I associate it with relaxing and being happy.


I will be posting again after almost 4.5 years, maybe in about a week or so. Great review QC. :)


That’s really cool! Welcome back. I need to start posting more. I have a lot of teas(and nicer than this one even! haha) I just need to post more.

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17 tasting notes

A pretty good tea though it tasted more like a nutty oolong than a green.

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9 tasting notes

kind of middle range green tea. Good for when I don’t have the time to pay as much attention to my tea as I’d like to. So this is a great tea to take to work with me for during the day.

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I love this tea. I recently decided to start drinking tea, especially green tea. I bought several different brands of green tea to try. Most had a bitter aftertaste, especially if you didn’t watch how hot the water was and/or left the tea bag in longer than 2 minutes. Not Salada green tea, I don’t have to worry about how hot the water is or sit like a mother hen over my cup while steeping. I was surprised as this tea was much less expensive compared to all the others that I tried. Thanks, Salada!

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