Pomegranate Hibiscus Green

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From Tropical Tea Company

This is a one of a kind tea with a HP-AT Rating (High Polyphenol Antioxidant Tea) at 7.5%-8.95%. With a base gunpowder green tea and hints of Pomegranate and Hibiscus this tea is very refreshing. It is a great tea served hot and should only be steeped at 175 degrees for about 2min 45sec. Each Tropical Tea Company order helps deliver clean drinking water to a child who lacks it.

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30 tasting notes

This tea has a wonderful fruity flavor without being overpowering. The flavor is also very natural and doesn’t taste artificial.

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35 tasting notes

Hey I made a GungFu in Gravity Gaiwan. the first infusion being 3 minutes at 85C. Therein the tastes are remarkable and only slight hibiscus oil present, a plus. The pomegranate starts out mild and then goes away almost completely. The second press through the GGW yields a golden color liquor where the tea is very much like a gunpowder I might have ordered at dim sum. Fabulous and intensely tart.

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431 tasting notes

This I’s a green tea with pomegranate and hibiscus. I steeped it for two minutes. With the combo of the pomegranate and the hibiscus gets too tart for me.

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248 tasting notes

So I decided to end the night with something a little different. I took out my bag of pomegranate hibiscus green from my order from Tropical Tea Co. way back when. And decided to make myself a glass of iced tea. (I hardly ever drink tea iced.)

I do love that Tropical Tea Co. makes donations to Water is Life, so I ordered a few teas (mostly flavored ones) from them but found their taste to be too flowery for my taste. The other problem is that they packaged them in plastic ziploc bags so the scent seeps through. I know I should put them in better bags or tins, but I don’t have any extra tins at the moment.

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215 tasting notes

180 F, 3 min, Yes, a luscious fruity flowery scent, sort of berry & rose, while the taste is more of a nutty-green tea and tart fruit. It’s a nicely rolled tea, as well, as you can see in the photo. More complex taste than I expected from green-based tea. And FYI, all the tea I’ve received from these folks has been in foil zip-lock bags, the industry standard.

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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