Coconut Kiwi Green Tea

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Coconut, Kiwi, Natural Flavours, Select Green Teas
Flavors
Banana, Coconut, Fruity, Grass, Juicy, Kiwi, Sour, Spinach, Sweet, Tart, Tropical
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
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Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by CrowKettle
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “Oh goodness this coconut is strong! I suppose I can taste the kiwi too. It’s a nice combination. I’m not a huge coconut fan, so I don’t feel myself drawn to have too many more cups of this, but it...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Mastress Alita’s Monthly Sipdown Challenge: a green tea Sipdown 5/30 I haven’t been drinking as many green teas (flavored or otherwise), but I am trying to get in some more sipdowns before the end...” Read full tasting note
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  • “For my Steepster Scavenger Hunt entry “A Tea with a Name that begins with a periodic table abbreviation” – I selected this tea. (Co = Cobalt) I cold-brewed this tea overnight, and it is fantastic. ...” Read full tasting note
  • “(52teas (Anne) 2022: 26) I’ve never really been able to taste kiwi in a tea; I’m not even sure I could describe the flavour of kiwi, as it’s almost more of a tartness and texture for me (I prefer...” Read full tasting note
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Tea of the Week for September 6, 2021!

I have been planning on blending this tea for some time, unfortunately, one of the key ingredients I needed to make it (or any other coconut blend as of late) was delayed by several months so I had to postpone all the coconut teas until I received the ingredient I needed.

So even though fall has arrived – hopefully, I can entice you with a tropical treat. This blend brings together two of my favorite tropical fruits: coconut & kiwi.

I started with a blend of green teas: Chinese Sencha and Yun Wu (both organic). To this blend, I added a bunch of coconut & some kiwi. It’s very coconut forward with a beautifully smooth coconut overtone & hints of sweet kiwi peeking through now & then. This blend is absolutely lovely – perfect for iced tea but tastes just as nice as a hot beverage too.

Oh, and they are all organic, vegan, gluten-free & all natural. Allergen-friendly as well – unless you’re allergic to coconut – then I would caution you against it because it definitely has coconut!

organic ingredients: green teas, coconut, kiwi & natural flavors

to brew: shake the pouch well – you should have bits of the fruit in your measurement as well as the green tea leaves. use 3g of leaf & fruit to 12oz of very hot water (175°F) & steep for 2 ½ minutes. strain & allow to cool for at least 5 minutes. enjoy!

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5 Tasting Notes

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Oh goodness this coconut is strong! I suppose I can taste the kiwi too. It’s a nice combination. I’m not a huge coconut fan, so I don’t feel myself drawn to have too many more cups of this, but it does a good job at tasting like its name. My next cup of this was more subdued, not an overwhelming coconut at all, just gently fruity.

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Mastress Alita’s Monthly Sipdown Challenge: a green tea

Sipdown 5/30

I haven’t been drinking as many green teas (flavored or otherwise), but I am trying to get in some more sipdowns before the end of the month, and coconut sounded good.

This was quite nice- quite an intense coconut flavor, with a hint of the kiwi fruitiness.

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For my Steepster Scavenger Hunt entry “A Tea with a Name that begins with a periodic table abbreviation” – I selected this tea. (Co = Cobalt) I cold-brewed this tea overnight, and it is fantastic. The green tea base is a blend of Chinese Sencha & Yun Wu – and the sencha melds really nicely with the coconut to provide a lot of creaminess. The Yun Wu adds a nice vegetal note that compliments the sweet/tart kiwi.

This is a sipdown for me as the cold-brew took the last of what I had in my pantry of this tea. I will miss it, but I have so many teas that I think I have something in my pantry that will comfort me.

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(52teas (Anne) 2022: 26)

I’ve never really been able to taste kiwi in a tea; I’m not even sure I could describe the flavour of kiwi, as it’s almost more of a tartness and texture for me (I prefer my kiwis sour). So, not surprised I don’t taste kiwi here. Just a coconut green, which is fine but nothing too special.

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September 2021 Tea

Still not a big fan of Chinese Sencha. However, since it has a similar flavour profile, it does exceptionally well when paired with kiwi; the overall effect is a bit like a tropical green smoothie! I generally like coconut of all kinds and there is a lot of that here too. The flavours supports my current daydream of being on a tropical vacation, which is extremely welcome imagery in the middle of November (it’s sunny today too so the weather is working with me here too).

I enjoy this tea increasingly more as it cools.

PS- I added strawberry, banana, and pineapple to the “flavours” here because we don’t have kiwi in the database – but kiwi has similar characteristics to those three very different fruits (tart, acidic, citrusy, pithy/starchy, soft jam sweet, mellow sweet). The coconut kiwi combo kind of creates its own mock-banana note actually.

EDIT – kiwi was added to the database (Thanks Cameron B.) but I’m still keeping “banana”.

Flavors: Banana, Coconut, Fruity, Grass, Juicy, Kiwi, Sour, Spinach, Sweet, Tart, Tropical

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 15 sec
Cameron B.

I added “kiwi” as a flavor tag.

CrowKettle

You’re the best! :)

Cameron B.

Aw shucks ha ha…

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