Tea type
Green Herbal Blend
Ingredients
Calendula Flowers, Ginger, Lemon Peel, Sencha
Flavors
Dry Grass, Ginger, Lemon, Smooth, Sweet, Toasty, Vegetable Broth, Lemon Zest
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Martin Bednář
Average preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 45 sec 10 oz / 300 ml

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  • “From Martin, thank you! I haven’t gotten much of a lemon note from this despite containing lemon peel, more a tone of it, and it’s mixed with a savory-tending-alkaline Chinese? sencha base that’s...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I prepared it as usual, two teaspoons for my 300 ml cup. As it is green tea, I have used bit colder water, tried close to 80°C, but haven’t measured as usual. Lazy me. Although based on sight it...” Read full tasting note
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Organic Sencha green tea, with ginger and a touch of lemon. A light summery blend, the ginger makes it a nice after dinner tea.

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From Martin, thank you!

I haven’t gotten much of a lemon note from this despite containing lemon peel, more a tone of it, and it’s mixed with a savory-tending-alkaline Chinese? sencha base that’s also toasty in flavor. It does swallow juicy which is satisfying. The ginger presents after the swallow and is very mild.

Because the base is so savory, it almost reminds me of a vegetable broth spiked with lemon juice. Something reminds me of mayonnaise?? Mixed with an almost sweet, toasty flavor and a juicy swallow, I’m left confused. I’ve had it while eating grapefruit both times to amplify the citrus. It’s an overall average green-herbal blend, for me at least. Martin seems to really enjoy it :)

The theme of this tea is ‘Almost.’

Flavors: Dry Grass, Ginger, Lemon, Smooth, Sweet, Toasty, Vegetable Broth

Martin Bednář

You are welcome! Well, last few sessions weren’t that great, maybe it’s age, maybe a bad mix (you got the rest I had)… but well, “mayo” isn’t expected flavour profile! :D

derk

I’m grateful to have some green teas right now (even those with surprise mayo impression) since I’ve been craving them. Come on, fresh harvest!

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I prepared it as usual, two teaspoons for my 300 ml cup. As it is green tea, I have used bit colder water, tried close to 80°C, but haven’t measured as usual. Lazy me.

Although based on sight it isn’t the most precious sencha, it is a good base. Very smooth, noticeable in taste as a grassy flavour. I don’t think that freshly cut grass flavour would be necessary, this was maybe better. Ginger and lemon peel combination was great. Ginger wasn’t overpowering the taste for sure, but was noticeable, and lemon was like combined with honey. It was a bit on the sweet side, but not too sweet. It reminded me Halls Relief cough drops (ehm, sounds bad, but it wasn’t). I don’t really know if they are the same in the US, but I hope they are. We have different packages though. And we don’t use them against coughs.

The lemon was somehow juicy, but not sour at all, and as iced tea, it would be another delicious blend. But the weather says no, we had temperature drop to 15-18°C in the mornings, so no more iced/cold brews are needed.

Flavors: Dry Grass, Ginger, Lemon Zest

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML
White Antlers

Sounds delicious-both the tea and the weather. : )

Leafhopper

I’m also jealous of your cooler weather. It’s going to be another hot weekend here in Ontario, Canada.

Mastress Alita

This is the second week in a row we’ve been pushing the high 90sF… I’m so tired of this heat wave!

Martin Bednář

I wish you all coler weather soon!

Martin Bednář

*colder (typo)

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