Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea, Natural Flavours, Natural Pear Flavor
Flavors
Pear
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Caffeine
Low
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Edit tea info Last updated by Kristal
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Happy Halloween! I was in a rush to work today. I was making butternut squash soup and trying to cut up an uncooked squash is the biggest pain. Not to self: cook it in the oven for a while and just...” Read full tasting note
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Fresh steamed Sencha green tea leaves are infused with the subtle taste of juicy orchard pear. An absolute delight for green tea lovers seeking a new flavour experience.

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Happy Halloween!

I was in a rush to work today. I was making butternut squash soup and trying to cut up an uncooked squash is the biggest pain. Not to self: cook it in the oven for a while and just scoop out the insides and then make soup. Much easier.

Anywho, all this to say I didn’t pack any tea and simply grabbed what was in the cupboard. I’m not the biggest fan of fruit flavoured green tea but decided to give this one a try since it’s the only green tea in the cupboard. Boiled water, let it sit for 5 min to cool off, then steeped the bag for like 30 seconds. Slightly bitter with a tartish pear flavour. Altogether drinkable, but not something I would buy.

Flavors: Pear

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML
CelticBrew

Have you watched any videos about slicing? Jamie Oliver has a good one on YouTube. Helped me when I made my soup. Hope it turns out well, I made one with curry that was amazing!

Kristal

Ooo, I’ll take a look! I admit, my knife skills are terrible, but honestly that squash was so thick and hard It’s just easiest to cut it into slices, bake for a few min in the oven, and scoop out the mash. I do it for sweet potato for sweet potato and carrot soup and it works very well :)!

I think I still will look into cutting and slicing videos, though. My knife skills do need improving!

CelticBrew

Plus he has that amazing English accent haha :)

Kristal

Indeed! :)

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