I do love this tea brewed hot, but being a resident of one of the more warm and humid regions of the US, I really need to recommend cold-brewing this tea. What I’ve done is to take pinch or two of leaves and put them in a mason jar with spring water and leave them covered (foil, saran wrap, something non-permeable) in the fridge overnight. Heating the water before adding is unnecessary. You end up with the best cold green tea you’ve ever had the next morning, and you can keep the leaves and do the same thing the next day with similar results. Add a pinch or two more and dilute if you want to entertain more guests. Fifteen years ago I’d probably cut your grass for free if this stuff was available for refreshment – it’s really that good.

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I’m fairly new to tea and even if I wasn’t I wouldn’t be able to describe it the way most people do here. I’m mostly keeping notes for myself-so I can go back and buy more of what I liked. I try to keep things simple and objective, and I try not to read too much about a oarticular tea before I try it.


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