Tropical Green

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Green Tea
Ingredients
Natural Flavours, Safflower Petals, Sunflower Petals, Young Hyson Green Tea
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Medium
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  • “Continuing my September sipdown efforts by finishing off this one. It’s…ok. I don’t mind it, but don’t love it either. I steeped it for exactly two minutes at 180f to avoid oversteeping per...” Read full tasting note
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Tropical Green features a lovely and delicate scent that features the notes of fresh opened mangos combined with a Spring breeze. This tea is more like a dewy spring morning where everything is clean and fresh, with the sun just peaking out.

When brewing this tea, serve it hot with a particular eye to not over brewing this tea. Or you can use a cold-brewed method to ensure you don’t release any unwanted tannins into your cup.

Brew @ 180°F using 2-3 grams per cup for 2-3 minutes

Ingredients: Young Hyson Green Tea, All Natural Flavors, Sunflower Petals, Safflower Petals

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Continuing my September sipdown efforts by finishing off this one. It’s…ok. I don’t mind it, but don’t love it either. I steeped it for exactly two minutes at 180f to avoid oversteeping per directions, so it’s not a matter of bad preparation. I haven’t had this all that long either, so it’s not a matter of the tea being too old. I’m just not all that impressed with the quality of the base tea or the flavoring. The base tea is fine, it’s a basic pan-fired green tea that’s slightly on the dry side. The flavoring is sort of generically “sweet tropical fruit” but isn’t really distinctly mango. It’s missing a certain fresh brightness that’s promised in the name and description but not quite delivered in the final product.

ETA: Bonus, this counts as a tropical tea for Mastress Alita’s sipdown challenge this month!

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