Iced Tea Blend Green Tea

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Green Tea
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Flavors
Lemon, Peach, Spearmint
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Organic, Vegan
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  • “After brewing, I refrigerated this tea for two hours before trying it. I wasn’t expecting anything exciting, but wow is this tasty. The mint is so bright, and there’s a bit of sweetness. The flavor...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Peaches (that come in nice big chunks), spearmint, and lemon come well together in this iced tea blend. The green tea gets rather lost and overwhelmed but I think it is by design. Honestly, it does...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is the first tea of the week for August – and it’s the tea that’s been in my fridge for the last few days – I have cold-brewed it three nights in a row now and enjoyed them during these...” Read full tasting note

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Tea of the Week for August 5, 2019!

Weird name, right? I mean, you can really turn any green tea into an iced tea – so what makes this one so special – or rather – so much more “iced tea” than any other green tea? Well, I don’t know that it’s necessarily “more” iced tea, but this tea was crafted specifically as an iced tea blend. I added flavors to it that I thought would help it to shine as an iced tea.

First, I started with a sweet tasting Chinese Sencha – it’s light, it’s refreshing, it makes for a pleasant iced tea base. Then I added spearmint leaves for a crisp, fresh flavor. Then I added some peaches to give it a delicious juicy sweetness. I added a few dried lemon wedges to add a touch of brightness to the cup. Finally, I added a bit of honey essence to boost the sweetness just a bit. Together, these profiles create a light, refreshing, flavorful iced tea.

I prefer to cold-brew this, if for no other reason than the simplicity of it. I have a quart size jar with a large cold-brew filter (that is as long as the jar – so there’s plenty of room for those leaves to expand!) and it’s perfect for cold-brewing. I use about 7.5 grams of tea for a quart of iced tea, fill the jar with cold, freshly filtered water and stash it in the refrigerator and let it chill for 6 – 8 hours (or overnight – which is my favorite way to do it, you can set it up before you go to bed, sleep, and when you wake up, you have iced tea all ready for you!) But, this tea is so forgiving that you can forget about it and leave it steeping for nearly 24 hours (actually, about 22 hours) and it still tastes great. (Care to guess how I know?)

This is a winner – and since we can probably expect at least a couple more weeks of hot weather – perhaps the time is right for this tea! And, of course, it’s organic, VEGAN, gluten-free & allergen free!

organic ingredients: green tea, spearmint leaves, peaches, lemons, calendula petals & natural flavors

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After brewing, I refrigerated this tea for two hours before trying it. I wasn’t expecting anything exciting, but wow is this tasty. The mint is so bright, and there’s a bit of sweetness. The flavor lingers in your mouth for several minutes. I don’t notice a green tea or peach flavor really, but I’m more than fine with the flavor it has. It’s so refreshing. I can’t wait to have it again.

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Peaches (that come in nice big chunks), spearmint, and lemon come well together in this iced tea blend. The green tea gets rather lost and overwhelmed but I think it is by design. Honestly, it does not taste like a tea much, but rather as a strong fruity herbal.

It is solid hot and very good and refreshing as an iced tea. Would be a lifesaver in a hot summer.

Flavors: Lemon, Peach, Spearmint

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This is the first tea of the week for August – and it’s the tea that’s been in my fridge for the last few days – I have cold-brewed it three nights in a row now and enjoyed them during these uncomfortably hot days of the end of August.

This is fantastic – it’s sweet (notes of honey & peach – as well as the Chinese Sencha!), it’s juicy (peaches & lemon) and it is crisp and refreshing (spearmint). It’s pleasantly cooling. It’s wonderful!

I know it’s a little late in the hot season but these last days of summer are the hottest ones (at least, that’s the way it seems here in the Pacific Northwest!) so it’s still well worth the investment for these next couple of weeks of heat.

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