Green Coconut from TeaGschwendner

greencoconutTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy: TeaGschwendner

Tea Description:

The creamy richness of coconut milk on a dazzling and brisk Japanese Sencha base. A true customer favorite.

Ingredients: Green tea from Japan, shredded coconut and flavor.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

I love coconut, I love green tea, I love this particular blend from TeaGschwendner!

I had high hopes when I saw this one and another tea friend asked if I wanted anything during their latest sale.  I said yes instantly.  I have been wanting to try this one for a while now.

This is yet another tea that I shared with my dad and my boyfriend during our Mother’s Day festivities with my family.  Even my mom came sniffing around the tea pot while this was brewing and she rarely shows interest in anything but her Lipton Decaf tea bags.

Brewed this up one per the instructions but added in just a bit more tea leaf.

This was a huge hit with everyone (well except my mom- who still doesn’t like anything but her Lipton Decaf tea bags).  We all said the same thing.  Rich green creamy tea base with this amazing coconut flavor that really screams coconut.  Creamy delicious coconut.  This tea is for the coconut lovers for sure.  Smelling this tea, you instantly think of suntan lotion.  But the taste is just amazing.  My dad even asked for seconds with this one.  Next time around, I want to try and add in some fruit or herbs to kick the flavor up a notch or two.

If you love green tea and enjoy coconut, you have to try this one.  I even have 100g of this and I’m wondering if that will be enough.  So good!

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