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Fortune Dragon Green Tea Blend from Zen Tara Teas

Fortune Dragon Green Tea Blend from Zen Tara Teas

Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Zen Tara Teas

Tea Description:

Enjoy great tasting tea and good luck in the new year with our exclusive green tea blend that celebrates the 2012 Lunar New Year, the Year of the Dragon.

A pleasant combination of premium green tea, warming floral ingredients and tropical citrus creates a flavorful cup of tea perfect for drinking throughout the year.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review: 

My first couple of sips of this tea were a little disappointing.  I thought that maybe I did something wrong or had over-steeped it.  It kind of tasted sour, but not a lemon-y kind of sour that I had expected.  It just tasted … off.  I decided to give it a couple of minutes to let it cool and try it again before tossing it, and that’s all it needed.

After allowing it to cool for about two minutes, the flavor of the tea has improved tremendously.  No signs of over-steeping, no bitterness, no sour taste.  Just really delicious green tea that has been flavored with the essence of passion fruit and lemon.   A hint of chrysanthemum offers an intriguing contrast.

The green tea has a mellow flavor to it.  It’s a little sweet, and offers a slight kelp-y vegetative taste in the background.  It’s a soft green tea taste, one that I’d recommend to someone who seeks a green tea that doesn’t have that strong grassy flavor.  Instead of a strong, grassy flavor, the green tea base here lends a smooth and almost creamy texture to the cup, allowing the flavors of lemon, passion fruit and chrysanthemum to do their thing.

And while lemon and passion fruit are not two fruit flavors that I’d have thought of combining, they really work well together.  The lemon is tart and tangy without being TOO tart, thanks due largely to the sweet, luscious flavor of the passion fruit.  And while the chrysanthemum is not a strong flavor in this cup, it adds just a little extra interest to it.  Just a little extra *something* that make the taste buds perk up and say “hey, what is that?  That’s different and I like it!”

Overall, a very vibrant cup of tea, soothing and yet energizing in its own way.

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