Green Spring Thunder

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Fruit Green Blend
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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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Delicious medley of Assam and China green teas flavored with shredded coconut, lime and sunflower petals. Take a 10 minute vacation to a tropical island!

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558 tasting notes

I’ve decided I don’t like the mouthfeel that coconut gives teas. It’s so smooth it’s nearly oily. I love the way this blend smells, but it is too much like the Harney and Sons green tea with thai flavors that I already have. Meh. Not bad, not great, but drinkable.

170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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355 tasting notes

Meh. Just meh. Can only barely taste coconut and green tea; can’t taste any lime. This is like tropical water.


Heh, “tropical water” reminds me of that “Ginger Drink” Janni reviewed. :)

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223 tasting notes

Had this today iced. It was much better iced than it was hot – the flavours seemed to mingle together much better and it was a very refreshing cup on a very warm day, so I’m boosting the rating.

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Yet another tea I’m finishing off today. I guess I’m just really picky with my flavored greens. I prefer them to be light enough that the taste of the tea comes through nicely. Most flavored greens seem to be more about the flavoring than the tea though, and this one isn’t an exception. It’s a nice flavor though, so I don’t dislike this tea. It’s just not what I’m normally in the mood for when I reach for a green tea so while I don’t hate it, I can’t really love it either.

175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

That’s the case with a lot of flavoured teas unfortunatly. Often they use poor quality teas and add a ton of flavouring to cover it up.


Yep. I’m okay with that for black teas because black tea is strong enough to get some flavor through but the more delicate teas? It just doesn’t fit with what I’m looking for when I get in the mood for them. But I still hold out hope that there are flavored greens and oolongs out there that do have a dominate tea flavor and aren’t overwhelmed by flavoring. Don’t know why I hope for that but I do.

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This is not a bad tea, but it is too fussy. It misses out on the simple pleasure of being tea.


Lots of tea blends tend to miss out on “the simple pleasure of being tea.” I can’t comment on this specific tea since I haven’t tried it, but well said.

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