Green Tea Decaffeinated

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165 °F / 73 °C 4 min, 45 sec 4 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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Decaffeinated green tea. Salada Decaffeinated Green Tea is naturally decaffeinated using only natural spring water and effervescence in order to preserve the flavor and fresh taste. Once brewed, Salada Decaffeinated Green Tea produces a delicately smooth brew with a subtle natural sweetness. If caffeine is not for you, this blend is ‘your cup of tea.’

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2914 tasting notes

Not stellar, but not bad—a little of the sweet, cereally flavor associated with a better-grade green tea in this one.


I recall saying this one was like a little oasis in a tea barren wasteland.


One year, I got some Salada regular green for my m-i-l for a stocking stuffer and she went on and on about how good it is. At the time I snickered and just attributed to grocery-brand taste, but this was a real surprise.


Oh I didn’t notice this was decaf. I’ve had the regular. M-i-l is correct. Now if I run upon the decaf one I’ll know to grab it as well.

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Flavour: Moderately intense and somewhat complex. Hard to put a name on many of the flavour notes here. Notes of kale initially greet the palate with a finish hinting of sage. Vegetal and not floral. Clean, non-astringent, refreshing. I rather enjoyed this once the mug cooled off, too.

Aroma: Rather weak bouquet. Notes of freshly-mowed hay with, again, a hint of sage—but steamy more than anything. Not floral at all.

Mouthfeel: Surprisingly substantial for a decaffeinated tea, let alone a green tea.

Appearance of brewed tea: A turbid, saddle tan brew that deposited some sediment on the bottom of my mug.

Virtues: Flavour and mouthfeel unexpectedly satisfying.

Faults: Not much of a treat for the nose. Well, I guess you can’t have everything…

The Verdict: Very well done for a supermarket decaf green tea, and convincing evidence that cheap tea can be decent. A great value. Worth keeping around for a bedtime cuppa.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 g 12 OZ / 354 ML

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630 tasting notes

Really not too bad for bagged cheap tea, but also not super special. I would definitely use in a pinch, with an almost citrussy aroma that I like as a standby. Recommended for travel or guests who won’t appreciate the fancy stuff.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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253 tasting notes

Drinking this as iced tea right now. The flavor isn’t amazing, but it is pleasant :)

Iced 8 min or more

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