Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Green Tea Heaven by Teavana


A lavishly aromatic blend of Sencha green tea with strawberry, raspberry, rhubarb, and red currants. By adding a fruity sweetness to the naturally good Sencha, this tea becomes exceptional. You'll enjoy every cup!

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of hot water. Heat water to 175-180 degrees and steep for 1 minute. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Ingredients:
Sencha green tea with strawberry, red currants, raspberry, and rhubarb pieces.


Teavana described this tea on their website as the above but as you know we all have different tastes and interests. So below you will see what I have thought about it.

My First Attempt: It's Fruity and Fun to sniff, pale yet pretty in color. The taste is smooth but fun thanks to the fruit highlights. Green Tea Taste is more noticeable the longer you steep. I notice a hint of sugary taste as well. Creative Blend. Thumbs Up!
My Second Attempt: The Rhubarb and sencha tastes are really coming thru more. It's very nice...paired with the strawberry and raspberry. I find this to be a very delightful blend. Thanks Teavana!

5 comments:

Geoffrey Kutnick said...

Hello,

I was wondering if you accept press releases regarding new tea products. I have some information about the launch of a portable loose tea brewer that I would love to send you. I look forward to hearing from you.

Regards,
Geoffrey Kutnick
geoff@kreislermediagroup.com

Magik said...

As unbelievable as this is Teavana has discontinued this item...an amazing 8 days after this review was posted. I contacted them about offering this on special order but I doubt that is going to happen. I want to find someone to blend this tea, I have great contacts in the retail grocery industry if it happens.

Jennifer said...

@ Magik - The last 4 teas I bought from Teavana they have discontinued! I just don't know what to do as I LOVED 3 out of the 4!!!! Let me know what you find out from them!

Jason Witt said...

Is the mix of fruit in this tea a bit overwhelming? I'd think it might be for me. Perhaps I'm a food purist, but having so many fruits in one drink sounds like it might be a bit much. You couldn't taste each separately for all it's worth.

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