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Today I am reviewing Tea Forest Green Tea by Tao of Tea.
Brand: Tao of Tea
Tea: Tea Forest Green
Location: Jingmai, China
Brewed roughly 4 grams of tea with bottled water in a small glass pitcher.
Rinsed for 5 seconds.
Steeped for 30 seconds.
Mild. Not Bitter.
Not one of those juicy early spring teas, but a bit more earthy.
Little bit of a spice on the end of the palette.
Not incredibly floral.
Produces a darker colored tea broth then most other green teas.
Flavor notes: Chinese herbs, malt, grass, sweet, and earth.
Steeped for 1 minute.
Notes of grass have appeared.
The most interesting apart about this tea is probably the lingering Chinese herb flavor.
The tea dries the mouth a bit.
It’s ok. Perhaps a bit unique. It’s different from what one might expect from a green tea.
I could see some people really enjoying the herbal nature of this tea, but I prefer my green teas to be a little juicier in flavor.