Georgia MANNA Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea Leaves
Flavors
Grass, Grass Seed, Smooth, Vegetal
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Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by eastkyteaguy
Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 5 g 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “I have completely no idea what is this tea. I just know I have received it (order on my address) from White Antlers. So thank you a lot, hopefully Alistair pop in here and tell us bit more, as it...” Read full tasting note
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A smooth thick textured green tea with gentle fruit notes and little to no astringency.

MANNA tea factory was setup in 2016 with the aid of the Georgian government with the objective of providing a processing tea facility for the West Georgian tea farmers without the means to process the tea themselves.

The tea comes packaged in 70g non-resealable bags packaged directly by MANNA tea factory.

Tasting Notes:
- Smooth thick textured
- Light fruity apricot notes with little to no astringency

Harvest: Summer 2020

Organic: Certified

Origin: MANNA Tea Factory, Saguramo, Georgia
Sourced: Direct from the factory’s European warehouse

Brewing Advice:
- Heat water to roughly 70°C/158°F
- Use 2 teaspoon per cup/small teapot
- Brew for 1-2 minutes

Packaging: Non-resealable foil bag

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I have completely no idea what is this tea. I just know I have received it (order on my address) from White Antlers. So thank you a lot, hopefully Alistair pop in here and tell us bit more, as it is not available on What-cha website at all!

So, moreover it doesn’t have even the typical white label that all What-cha teas have! It is handwritten, saying name of the tea and vintage 2019.

I took water when first bubbles started to appear. That is my rule of thumb while making temperature sensitive teas, as it is usually green teas.

I took 5 grams for my 300-400 ml mug. Bit untypical set-up but perfect for cold (around 16°C) morning. Steeped for 3 minutes which wasn’t too much but it was quite exact for perfect cup.

The tea was somehow simple in flavour, grassy/grass seed, vegetal, overall indeed typical cheap green tea without any off notes. Hints of astringency. But the palate was amazingly smooth, little bit bitter (but I think I have over-leafed & maybe too long steep). Certainly a nice tea, which I will gongfu for sure, as leaves are big and wonderful! Preparing it western, even in a big tea bag instead of strainer, is bit contempt.

Flavors: Grass, Grass Seed, Smooth, Vegetal

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 5 g 10 OZ / 300 ML
White Antlers

Hey Martin. I think that was one of the ‘mystery’ teas I asked Alistair to include the in order. Since I don’t even drink green tea (yuck), there is no way of me offering any guidance about it. Sometimes his mystery teas are ‘one offs’ or things so low in stock they are no longer on his website. Glad it was drinkable. : )

Martin Bednář

Sometimes it is on website, but it says “out of stock”. Not this time!

What-Cha

Hi Martin, just saw your post. When I placed an order with MANNA for their black teas, they sent me some quite generous sized samples of other teas. The green was one of them and after trying it, I had enough left over for two mystery teas!

Martin Bednář

Ah, not a big stash of tea, but still lots of to share! Wonderful I was lucky to get it :) I have different black tea from Georgia (Guria Likhauri) and well, they know how to make tea there! Thank you for clarifying it to me (and maybe others as well? :) )

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