Tropical Goji Green - Organic
We give our traditional Japanese sencha tea leaves a face lift by mixing them with mango and other tropical natural flavors. What results is the sort of tea it's easy to imagine sipping while dipping your toes in the ocean. And here's our little secret: we love it iced too.
Ratings & Reviews
Page 1 of 1 page with 4 reviews*disclaimer* This is a rating from someone who doesn't usually like flavored teas - if I usually drink flavored teas, I like the flavor to be minimal!
Because of my preference for subtlety, I really liked this tea. The flavor was mild and the texture smooth, which made a good brew in my book! The only complaint I have is about the aroma, which was a little too reminiscent of berry flavored medicines that I can recall from my childhood - blech. Luckily, the smell wasn't so overpowering that I didn't enjoy the tea. Overall, I liked it and would drink it again! :)
The scent of this tea was so scrummy. It was sweet and fruity, and I was excited to get brewing right away. And let me tell you, the taste of Tropical Goji Green was just as delicious as its smell.
“Flavoring” can be a little tricky because it can overpower the tea, but in this tea it was a nice balance. The flavoring was fruity and slightly tangy, and this paired nicely with the fresh, grassy, and light sweetness of the green tea. I decided to go back for seconds and steeped the bag for a second time. The aromas mellowed a bit, but it was still good the second time around.
I liked the aroma of this tea better than the taste. It didn't have much of the 'tropical' taste to it, but it was pretty good. I had it hot but it does seem like it would be really good cold.
Alex Zorach (1267 reviews) on Oct. 10th, 2009
My only complaint, like most of Two Leaves and a Bud's teas, is the price tag. This tea may be decent, but I still think it's overpriced.
This is one of my favorite choices, however, when I order it in a coffee shop.
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