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Green Tea Decaffeinated

This page is for the decaf version. See also Green Tea.

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Style:Green Tea
Product page:Green Tea Decaffeinated

This tea's info last updated: Jan. 8, 2018

Commercial Description

Naturally Decaffeinated Pure Green Tea with a fresh taste, smooth flavour and enticing aroma.

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Reviewer pic34 Aroma: 4/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 4/5
(169 reviews) on

Not great - not undrinkable and still a better choice (for me, anyway) than the standar issues Lipton Black that our office provides.

No caffeine, no complexity, no color - I steeped it over 4 minutes, only a plae green and a few whiffs of grassy/vegetal notes.

I confess, I added sweetener - I just needed a hot cup of warmth.
It was fine. I lived. Not my favorite though - not by a longshot. Biegloe is better than Twinings (for green) if you need "cheap". Maybe even Trader Joe's el-cheapo tea.
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Reviewer pic30 Aroma: 4/10 Flavor: 2/5 Value: 1/5
(55 reviews) on

This is one of the weakest decaf greens that I've tried. It brews up with a darker color than even many caffeinated teas, but the flavor and aroma remind me of dry hay. It tastes and smells slightly vegetal, but is nondescript and uninteresting.

I'm actually surprised that this tea is so bad. Twinings isn't exactly top shelf, but it's generally at least respectable for grocery store tea and some of the varieties are quite good. The main selling point of Twinings is decent tea at grocery store prices. Since there are other mass market decaf greens that actually taste like tea, I see no point in buying Twinings.
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