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Nutty & Sweet SororiTEA Green Tea from UniqTeas


nuttysweetTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  UniqTeas

Tea Description:

Delicious nutty genmaicha blended with sweet succulent strawberry green tea. This is Azzrian’s blend. Azzrian loves genmaicha, and strawberry teas are her weakness, so she combined the two. A mix of nutty and sweet, just like her!

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I am so happy that I finally got around to trying Azzrian’s custom blend from UniqTeas!  This Nutty & Sweet SororiTEA Green Tea from UniqTeas is so yummy!  I enjoyed the first pot that I brewed of this tea that I made another pot … I’ve been drinking this all afternoon!

The blend that Azzrian created combines the deliciously sweet, toasty taste of genmaicha with the juicy, sweet taste of strawberry flavored green tea.  The first few sips of this tea … I didn’t notice a strong strawberry presence and I actually found myself worried that I wouldn’t get a lot of strawberry taste out of this … and was feeling a little disappointed.  But after about the fifth sip, the strawberry began to emerge and by the time I was near the end of the cup, I  was really thrilled with the way the strawberry notes mingled with the toasty, warm notes of the genmaicha.

The mouthfeel is soft and smooth.  The flavor of the green tea is light and slightly buttery, and the genmaicha gives it a deliciously nutty taste that is roasty-toasty and delicious.  The strawberry is sweet and a little tart, and the flavors linger on the palate long into the aftertaste.

Another really enjoyable tea experience from UniqTeas!  YUM!

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