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Pure Ceylon Green tea
Loose leaf · From Uva region · Good for Iced tea
This tea comes from Sri Lanka’s famous town of Nanu Oya in the Uva region. History of the region dates back to the time of the popular Indian epic Ramayana. As the legend goes the Sri Lankan king, Ravana, kidnapped the princess, Sita, and hid her in caves in the surrounding area. Later, in 1896, the first tea seeds were planted in the Nanu Oya District. Since then, the superiority of teas grown on this single estate has set them far above the rest — literally. At an elevation of between 1,402-1,950m, this high grown tea has spent its life on top of the world. Our Mythical Green blend appears yellow in colour and boasts a mild, roasted flavour that will earn it a permanent place in your cup.
AromaHerbaceous and earthy
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Love it best first thing in the morning before breakfast. I feel it rehydrates me.
Love this green tea
This is a nice medium strength green tea
First infusion: -Color: Dark yellow -Smell: Faint vegetable -Taste: A little bit tasteless vegetable Second infusion: -Color: Light yellow -Smell: Faint sweet vegetable -Taste: Tasteless sweet vegetable Third infusion: -Color: Very light yellow -Smell: Very faint sweet vegetable -Taste: Tasteless and I think this third infusion doesn´t have a powerful taste.
A delicious unique green!
Teakruthi sent me an awesome box of samples. I hadn't heard of them before! They are sustainable with a 'Just-In-Time' sourcing model, single origin tea leaves and 100% Ceylon with no artificial additives or preservatives. Plus, free shipping at the low level of $18! They seem to be offering some uniqueness that other tea shops just don't have. I'm excited to try some teas that I certainly can't find anywhere else. The leaves here look half rolled up like an oolong. The scent of the leaves is creamed corn with a hint of spice. That spice translates to a flavor that reminds me of the spices that might be in a BBQ sauce. I notice this flavor occasionally in a green tea. It's rare though, so when it is in the mug, I can't help but notice it taking over the mug. Steep #1 // 1 1/3 teaspoons for a full mug // 29 minutes after boiling // 1 1/2 minute steep Steep #2 // 32 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep I wanted to try it again with the suggested one teaspoon to see if I could get the bite out of the flavor. I think that was accomplished, but it also lost much of that BBQ sauce flavor. It's surprising it's like a different tea with just 1/3 less of a teaspoon. Now there was hints of smoke. It tastes like savory vegetables. There is a slight lingering creamy quality while also being thirst quenching. I don't see this flavor combination in green teas very often! At the same time, it isn't the flavor combination that I reach for or crave in a green tea. Steep #1 // 1 teaspoon for a full mug // 30 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep Steep #2 // 25 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
1 tsp (3.2g) per 1 cup (6 oz, 180 ml)
Hot at 75-80 C (167-176 F)
Cold-brew overnight for Iced tea. Read more about cold brewing.
2 to 4 minutes, up to 3 times
Drink plain; good for Iced tea