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From East Pacific Tea Co.

This world class formed tea is a traditional flavour from Japan. Green Glory is made from sweet tea leaves that have been crushed up and dried like the world famous matcha powder. Try this naturally sweet tea steeped, or use it as an ingredient in food.

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So I’ve got this dog named Mr. Snuggles. On cold days, he lives up to his name. He will literally sit there and cry to get into your lap if you’re sitting down. Often, I just end up carrying him as I go around the house. I know, I’m spoiling him big time. But he’s so freakin’ cute! He’s on my lap even as I type this. :)

Anyway, when I went into the tea stash to get this tea, I got all distracted by the other teas in there. Ever go in thinking you know exactly what you want, only to see all your other teas and be all, “ah! I want to drink all of these!” I had an indecisive moment, but I stuck with my original decision.

This tea looks really strange. They are uniform little strips of dark green crumbly material. Smells like tea even if it doesn’t look too much like it. My nose started feeling all cool and minty after giving a few good sniffs so I’m thinking the mint is probably powdered. :D The brew is dark muddy green. It’s reminds me a bit matcha, but not as refined. The mint is subtle. It’s a pleasant green tea, but I might add some mint to this the next time I brew it.

I examined the leaves some more after brewing. They seemed to have been powdered and then compressed. into little strips. So odd! I think this might make a good cold brew.

Thank you for this unique experience TeaEqualsBliss!


I have a 55 pound dog that is the same way. She even managed to sneak into bed, under the covers without making us up.


Mr. S will scratch at the covers until you lift them up and let him in. He’ll do this a couple times during the night because he’ll get up for drinks or get out if he feels to warm. Spoiled pup.. The other dog just shoves his face under the covers and makes his way into some warm part of your body to steal your body heat. :) In the summer, they like the soft pillows so I often wake up with my face full of dog because he’s decided that the pillow is for him and not my head.

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I’m having one last cup of this before sending the rest to LiberTEAs and Mercuryhime. This is still one of the most interesting Green Teas I have had…see previous notes…

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