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Genmai = love. Perfect for anytime of day on any day. Today the high will be 32 C. Iced tea afternoon. This makes quite a pleasant tea when iced. Okay, I lie. It’s not iced. I just put cold tap water in the cup and off we went. The umami and grassiness perfectly complements the brown rice. The dusting of matcha on the rice and tea was the right amount and the coloring was an eye pleaser. Now I’m going to sit here on the grass and enjoy it while reading Infused by Henrietta Lovell. I’d love to drink tea with her someday. Also have tried it hot and it is as good as many I have tried but it is not the best.
Experimented with this and peach black tea from Fortnum and Mason. The flavor of this tea is light when I tried it iced by itself and very weak hot by itself. I decided to add this to the peach black tea and cold steep the two. It is beautiful. The light peach flavor from this tea add to the peach flavor from the peach black tea. It creates a wonderful blend together.
Doesn’t contain any tea leaves. Has a strong, solid peach smell, and doesn’t lose the peach smell as it cools. It’s like drinking flavored water but not in a diluted/gross way. Tastes great hot. Would be great mixed with other teas. Steeping less than 5 minutes = too weak. Tried 09.2018
First. This blend smells divine! It’s so peachy! Second. The ingredients list is stunning! When I came to taste it, my palette was inundated with a ton of vibrant flavours that I had to try and identify! No shocker that peach is a key flavour, but there’s also a kick of pineapple that leads into apricots and hints of mango! I also cold brewed Peach Bellini. It was exactly like juice: sweet, and fruity, and refreshing!
Flavors: Apricot, Fruit Punch, Fruity, Mango, Peach, Pineapple, Sweet, Tropical