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From SerendipiTea

Deep, lush organic China green tea flavored with juicy Pineapple & a touch of Papaya. Sip the journey & escape.

Chinese Green Tea (Organic), Cornflower, Papaya, Papaya Flavor (Artificial), Pineapple, Pineapple Flavor (Natural & Artificial)

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1112 tasting notes

I was in the mood for something light and fruity this afternoon, and chose this one. Mmmm. Light and flavorful and refreshing. I think the papaya and pineapple are a natural with green tea! No bitterness, no artificiality. I really need to get in an afternoon green tea habit – it gives me a tiny lift which is perfect to get me through the rest of the day.

Funny aside: my former boss recently moved to LA, and tomorrow is interviewing someone who is on a Very Popular TV Show Shown on HBO. His name is a secret! BUT! He’s a tea freak and he’s coming to her apartment for tea. She asked what she should serve (he’s British). I told her to find a local tea shop that has good reviews and get something loose leaf and British style. No teabags! I could be totally wrong! Who knows what he likes!! But at least she is no longer my boss and can’t fire me ;)

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

Ooh! Can you let us know once her interview is published/aired?


I used to love a perfume called Fiji when I was in college. Wonder if they still make it?

I’m curious too, now. Hmm. Male Brit on HBO. Hmmm.

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257 tasting notes

A small tin, the Clairvoyant Tea Tin…its seethrough, of this has been sitting around for some time. I had no idea what flavor it was, I thought it was “Clairvoyant Tea” by Serendipitea. I found out, after brewing and deciding how to describe it. So here goes: “Grass clippings, I’m pretty sure that this is a tin of grass clippings. The tea is all straight, flat, 1/2” pieces just like out of my lawn mower. Its green, with little blue bits (cornflowers)…did I mention grass clippings? Smells green and fruity, tropical, in the tin. Brewing at 185F, the steam reminds me of cranberries, sour fruit. The taste is high quality green tea. Very light, crisp, none of the steeped-athletic-sock mustiness I get from cheap green teas. Oh look, there is a paper label on the bottom of the tin. FIJI, Wild Pineapple, Papaya & Green Tea…really?…."

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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52 tasting notes

best iced tea in the world. there you go.

175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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3 tasting notes

This is currently my favorite tea. Even though I rotate about 6 different teas currently, when it is this ones “turn” I am so happy and say to myself, if you love it so much why don’t you drink it more?" I guess I am nervous I will grow tired of it and I just don’t want that to happen. It reminds me of the beach with a breeze.

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39 tasting notes

Uncomplicated, approachable green tea. The papaya and pineapple bits lend a bit too much sweetness for me (and I drink it bare). I am reminded of sugar embalmed pineapple chunks in a trail mix. This tastes promising for an iced selection and for entertaining friends. No off-putting bitterness. It’s just a nice, fruity green, but just not my thing.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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