Green Tea

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Green Tea
Green Tea
Nutty, Toasted
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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15 pyramid bags each containing Green Tea that is then packed into a non-transparent resealable standup pouch to help freshness stay in for longer.

Tg green tea is a rather exceptional Chinese green tea. Its is grown in a special plantation located on the 887m high Dao Ren mountain peak that has been certified as organic since 1995. The specific growing location and tea preparation methods handed down since ancient times help to produce a green tea with a delicate taste and soft slightly fruity flavour. It may have been the effect of the Dao priests’ (Taoists) meditating as they cultivated the tea gardens years ago but, whatever the reason, the organic tea used in Tg Green Teas tastes heavenly.

A generous serving in every pyramid bag which encourages multiple brewing so oozes out every last drop of goodness. No added flavourings for a clean and naturally delicious taste.

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259 tasting notes

Ingredients: 100% Green Tea.
Aroma: A lovely toasted green tea aroma.
Flavour: The teabags create a gorgeous toasted flavour from the leaves. You may also note a very slight grassy, almost sweet, element. If I’m honest, I was actually taken aback by how lovely Tg Green Tea tastes. I opened up one of the teabags to look at the quality of the leaves and whilst they aren’t quite top notch superior quality, they are definitely much better than supermarket own and big brand green tea bags.

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Flavors: Nutty, Toasted

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As I open the bag I am met with the toasted, grass scent I have got to know rather well these last few mugs full. It reminds me of Japanese Bancha if I had to compare the green base to another. There is also a dry, perfumed scent in the after sniff.

Once steeped the colour is golden brown with a toasted grass scent. Very clean smelling.

Flavour pretty much matches the scent, though the after taste is rather dry and somewhat perfumed. It’s more floral than I noticed in the two previous flavours, grassy but floral and behind the toast is a slight buttery tone.

As it cools it thickens in strength with an increase to dryness. Also not as immediately toasty as before.

One bag, two steeps ie The re-steep

A nice re-steep, still subtle elements of toast, grass and perfume though it also remains rather dry.

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