Almond Cookies

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From Subtle Tea

China sencha with grated coconuts & almonds.

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Steep Information:
Prepared in store

Tasting Notes:
Steeped Tea Smell: It smelled just like the almond cookies you get at Asian bakeries
Flavor: It tasted like a sweet green tea with light almond flavoring.
Body: Light-Medium
Aftertaste: Aftertaste was a sweet cookie taste that reminded me of celestial seasonings “sugar cookie sleigh ride”
Liquor: translucent green

Post-Steep Additives: simple syrup, a little sweeter


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5 tasting notes

Smells as good as its name. It isn’t too sweet, and you get the taste of both the green tea and almond & coconut.

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55 tasting notes

The scent is really lovely and I enjoyed the taste – not overpowering, but much more delicate than I thought it would be.

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115 tasting notes

It tastes pretty much exactly how the name describes it, like almond cookies. Really distinct almond and coconut flavors. Good, not as good as other almond and/or coconut flavored teas I’ve had, but good. The tea is a little watery, but I am starting to think that most of the teas from Subtle Tea are a little on the watery side. That was a little surprising for me, especially since I steeped it for 7+ minutes. Nevertheless, still enjoyable.

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