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Pure Ceylon Green tea
Loose leaf · From Dimbulla region
Our Green Valley tea is handpicked with care from the Nuwara Eliya Belt in the Pundalu Oya Valley, where high mountain winds produce high-quality Dimbulla tea. The Dimbulla tea region is famous for its superior quality and is frequently sought after by tea enthusiasts from around the world. The Pundalu Valley is known by many as the Golden Valley, where the climate and the fresh mountain air work together to nourish these beautiful, fine golden green tea plants. This high-grown tea is rich and strong in flavour, appears yellow in the cup, and offers a sensational tasting experience.
AromaHerbaceous with a touch of smokiness
TasteRich, strong, smokey
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fast delivery - very good quality
I think if someone would like/need to drink green tee, the Green Valley from Ceylon is the best choice. I'm very serious!
I drink a great deal of Teakruthi teas, as they are of such high quality and flavor. I tried Green Valley Green Tea, as I I have read so much about the health benefits of green tea. I highly recommend Green Valley Green Tea as part of your selection of Teakruthi teas, as the flavor is excellent and the health benefits from green tea are a nice added benefit. Jim
First infusion: -Color: Light toasted yellow, light toasted lemon, transparent -Smell: Sweet vegetable -Taste: Sweet vegetable, a little bit sour and spicy Second infusion: -Color: Light toasted yellow less intense, transparent -Smell: Sweet vegetable -Taste: Sour vegetable, sweet, less intense Third infusion: -Color: Light toasted yellow, light or transparent -Smell: Almost without smell, a little bit vegetable, sweet -Taste: Light vegetable, sweet, little bit sour. Everything less intense and I think this third infusion doesn´t have a powerful taste.
1 tsp (2.8g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Hot at 75-80 C (167-176 F)
2 to 4 minutes, up to 3 times