Lin Yun Green Tea From Infussion

LinYun

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Infussion

Tea Description:

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to find refreshment just by smelling the tea? Experience it for yourself with this quality Lin Yun. Very strong taste and excellent potency. Does outstanding price/quality ratio really have to be mentioned?

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Taster’s Review:

Before brewing this Lin Yun Green Tea from Infussion, I did some checking into my past notes to see if I had ever tried a Lin Yun Green Tea … and I can’t see that I have.  Unless Lin Yun is known as a different tea … this is a first-time experience for me!

The aroma of the dry leaf of this Lin Yun Green Tea from Infussion is stunning – it smells just like freshly cut grass.  You know those very first lawn clippings in the spring, when the grass is brand new and the smell is so unbelievably fresh and exhilaratingly clean?  Yeah … that’s what this tea smells like when its dry.  In contrast, the brewed tea has next to no fragrance whatsoever … with only mere hints of the vibrant grassy notes of the dry leaf, it’s difficult to believe that those leaves brewed this liquid!

But after tasting it … yes!  Yes, those leaves brewed this tea!  The flavor is delightfully vegetative … sweet and crisp!  It’s really refreshing; I can feel it energize me from the inside out.  It’s really wonderful!  If you’re one who tends to not like the strong vegetative tones of a green tea … then this is not the tea for you, but if you’re one who really likes that delicious veggie taste that is a little bit sweet and a little bit savory … you’ve really got to try this!  It’s a dazzling cup of tea!

I’m really g lad that I got a chance to try this tea … it’s was a delightful treat to not only be introduced to a tea that is new to me, but, also be able to try yet another wonderful tea from Infussion.  I’m so impressed with this company!

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Anne (LiberTEAS) is a stay-at-home mom living in the Pacific Northwest.She recently "retired" from writing reviews here at SororiTea Sisters so that she could take over at 52Teas but she's still an active presence here at SororiTea Sisters, acting as the Administrator of the blog.
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