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Yamamotoyama Green Tea 16 bags

Brand: Uwajimaya Average Rating 7 reviews Aluminum sealed teabag keeps in the product’s total freshness fo...

 
Brand: Uwajimaya
Average Rating
7 reviews

Aluminum sealed teabag keeps in the product’s total freshness for a much better taste. Green Tea is absolutely convenient because of its sixteen Tea Bags. It is made up of twelve boxes in each case. This product is nothing other than great stuff. It is not only healthy, but it also keeps you going for a longer time. Others even think that there must be a different type of natural caffeine or something. Just be very careful about drinking it too close to bed time or you will be up very late at night. Whenever I drink it too late, I wind up doing a lot of stuff around the house, along with bleary eyed pets like cats staring at me and perhaps wondering when I am finally going to sleep. This green tea has a very smooth mellow flavor. I have experimented with diverse green teas and this is also the best one I have ever tasted. I have been ordering this product for a couple of years now. If you love a good green tea, this is the perfect one! I first tried Yamamotoyama green tea at a Japanese restaurant.
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TAZO Assorted Black Teas Green Teas Herbal Infusions

 
Brand: Tazo
Average Rating
2 reviews

The actual substances consist of: Black tea, green tea, hibiscus flowers, chamomile flowers, lemongrass, spearmint leaves, blackberry leaves, cinnamon, Rooibos, Gingerroot, rose hips, orange peel, rose petals, licorice root, safflowers, black pepper, lemon verbena leaves, cardamom, cloves, peppermint leaves, chicory, sarsaparilla root, lemon balm leaf, star anise and red poppy flowers. Once you taste these teas, you will want to try them all and forever be on a search regarding new Tazo teas. Fortunately they have enough tea mixes to entertain you for years.

Overall, the green teas seem very good. The herbal infusions are good. The black teas have a tendency to turn bitter in the event that you don’t brew them extremely briefly; even then they have bitter overtones. Tazo’s assortment, and Tazo teas in general, are fine—better when compared with premium teas like Stash or Celestial Seasonings—but not necessarily anywhere near as excellent as Numi, or perhaps Aspen, or some other extremely premium teas created with just “real” ingredients as well as minus all of the flavorings. They have a lot of variety and many interesting tea experiences. If you do not get pleasure from Tazo’s teas, though, understand that there are a lot of teas made with all real ingredients, teas that charge only a tiny proportion more, that may be just the factor you have been searching for.

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