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Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Calendula Flowers, Cornflower Petals, Green Tea, Rose Petals
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Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 4 g 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “Of the flavoured teas, I was looking forward to this tea the most from Probier-Kollektion Nr. 1 Sadly, it doesn’t deliver much and I mostly blame the Chinese sencha used. It was smelling nice,...” Read full tasting note
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From Tee Handelskontor Bremen

Aromatisierter Grüner Tee mit Mango-Zitrus-Geschmack

Seit 30 Jahren ein Inbegriff für die hohe Teequalität: Himmelstau® ist einer der beliebtesten Tees aus dem großen Sortiment vom Tee-Handels-Kontor Bremen.

Himmelstau®, das ist ein mit Mango und Bergamotte aromatisierter chinesischer Sencha-Grüntee mit diesem ganz besonderen Geschmack. Lieblich und fruchtig mit einer herb-zitronigen Note und zart blumigem Aroma. Nach dem Prinzip „zwei Blätter eine Knospe“ wird dieser handverarbeitete Tee sorgfältig auf japanische Art gedämpft und erhält nach dem Trocknen seinen feinen, seidenweichen „Griff“. Subtil aromatisiert mit hochwertigen Aromen entsteht daraus eine ausgezeichnete Teekomposition, die ihresgleichen sucht. Sein markantes, sonnengelbes Leuchten in der Tasse ist einzigartig.

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Of the flavoured teas, I was looking forward to this tea the most from Probier-Kollektion Nr. 1

Sadly, it doesn’t deliver much and I mostly blame the Chinese sencha used. It was smelling nice, again hoppy citrusy note as in their Earl Grey. Their bergamot flavouring I really enjoy. It was also nicely floral based on the flowers in the blend. And then some tropical notes — mostly mango as they say it is mango-citrusy tea.

But when brewed, and yes, I have used around 80°C water as suggested, and steeped just in half of both minutes written on the bag (2-3 minutes), it does brought me quite a mediocre tea. The sencha was dry, hay like, somehow buttery and overall I haven’t been impressed by base. On the other hand, the bergamot was great as in Himalaya Earl Grey. And tropicals and florals? They were there. But I imagine it is super hard to recreate mango flavour as I haven’t got a proper one yet I think. And yes, overall it was floral. But nothing impressive.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 4 g 10 OZ / 300 ML

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