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Pineapple Bamboo Green Tea from Praise Tea

Pineapple Bamboo Green Tea from Praise Tea

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Praise Tea

Product Description:

Our Pineapple Bamboo Green Tea is an exotically fruity, pineapple and mango infused green tea. A smooth and juicy blend that provides a way to escape in your day. Delectable both hot and cold. Try some with white crystal sugar. Indulge your taste buds.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

This is a really good!  I often approach tropical teas with a somewhat pallid attitude.  Don’t get me wrong, I really like tropical flavored teas; but sometimes it seems like every tea company out there has a tropical tea, and they all end up tasting pretty much the same.  So, I like it when I find one that is different from the rest.  And this one definitely qualifies as DIFFERENT!

The pineapple flavor is prominent, but I don’t find it to be an overwhelming taste.  I think that is due to the fact that this tea really does have a lot going on.  There’s pineapple, mango, papaya, bamboo, cardamom, ginger, coconut, raspberry and rose in this, not to mention three different kinds of green tea:  Chinese Sencha, Bancha and Genmaicha.

For me, what really makes this tea extra special is the touch of Genmaicha.  It isn’t an overwhelmingly strong note – the Genmaicha – but it adds that little something to this.  The sweet flavor of the roasted rice accents the flavor of the cardamom and ginger so well, giving this a warm, exotic kind of feel without it coming off as too hot or spicy.  And if you’re one who does not care for spicy teas, you can rest assured that this is NOT a spicy tea, instead, I’d describe it as a very mild spice that serves as an accent rather than the main focus of the tea.

The coconut is a gentle flavor, adding just a hint of creaminess to the cup, while the mango and papaya add a nice sweetness to the background.  The bamboo is also a gentle flavor, there is just enough there to make the taste buds sit up and say “hey, what was that?” Just enough to add some interest to the flavor without it becoming all about the bamboo.

In fact, that would probably be the theme for every ingredient of this tea.  There is just enough of each ingredient to add an interesting note to the cup without it overpowering it or throwing off the balance of flavors.

I really like this offering from Praise Tea!

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