I enjoyed this one. The lemongrass really comes through. This is a light and refreshing blend.
Flavors: Coconut, Lemongrass
“I enjoyed this one. The lemongrass really comes through. This is a light and refreshing blend.” Read full tasting note
“I like this one hot, but cold brewed it tastes like many other teas from Dessert by Deb. Most of the blends I picked have some combination of maple syrup, coconut, citrus, and/or brown sugar. This...” Read full tasting note
Oh how lovely it would be to have a cup of silky, creamy milk pudding dessert at teatime! This sweet and refreshing green tea blend is inspired by Thai and Asian desserts with a delicious fusion of jasmine and sencha mixed with ginger, coconut, and lots of lemongrass! Think jasmine milk tea, lemongrass sorbet, and milk pudding all rolled into one to give you one amazing garden tea party AND warm island getaway right in your cup.
Certified organic ingredients: Jasmine and Sencha Green Tea, Lemongrass, Ginger, Coconut, Toasted Coconut
Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.
Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons to 200F for 5-6 mins
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I like this one hot, but cold brewed it tastes like many other teas from Dessert by Deb. Most of the blends I picked have some combination of maple syrup, coconut, citrus, and/or brown sugar. This tea has a couple of those (coconut/citrus profile)! This isn’t too much of a problem for me because I love maple syrup, citrus, and coconut but I do have to space out drinking these, as they get kind of samesy.
When it’s hot, the jasmine, lemongrass and ginger peak through and play off the sweet and creamy coconut nicely. The sencha is a mellow grass, and the profile is cooling despite being a hot cuppa. When it’s cold it’s mostly coconut, and that’s too bad. I’d probably rate the cold brew as a 60, but the hot one is to my tastes so far! I’ll give it a rating once I finish off the pouch.
Also, the tea pouch recommends steeping this one at 200F and I can’t “nope” that enough.
Steep Count: 2 hot cups, and 1 cold brew jar
Flavors: Coconut, Ginger, Grass, Jasmine, Lemongrass