Glendale Winter Frost Green

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea
Flavors
Astringent, Fruity, Grass, Spinach
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Medium
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  • “The dried tea leaves are olive-green and silver and very long. This can make it hard to pack enough into a tea strainer, since there’s a lot of air caught between them, making for an extremely mild...” Read full tasting note
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Don’t be fooled by the light color or the delicate make of this green tea. For, its flavor and aromas will keep your senses alert, so to say. The fragrance from the cup readies you for a gentle, floral-leafy tea, but a sip quickly reveals that it is anything but. It tastes robust, feels big and ample in the mouth, and strikes the senses with heavy yet smooth vegetal flavors.

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The dried tea leaves are olive-green and silver and very long. This can make it hard to pack enough into a tea strainer, since there’s a lot of air caught between them, making for an extremely mild cup of tea. The dried tea smells of wood and earth, dry grass.
The steeped tea is a very pale yellow-green. The scent is like leafy greens with a slight fruity sweetness. The taste is extremely mild, a bit like grass, with a burst of astringency in the aftertaste, which is quite nice after the previous mildness.
Overall a really wonderful tea, great on its own or with a meal.

Flavors: Astringent, Fruity, Grass, Spinach

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