This MOA certified organic green is produced by a Nantou (Taiwan) farmer from bushes that have been organically farmed for the past 11 years.
The taste is exceptionally smooth and pure with slightly nutty overtones.
clean and pure Review by tom
A subtle but nicely clean and pure green tea. Very nicely processed whole leaves and really very good value. (Posted on 27/11/2011)
A fresh crispy green tea Review by Norbert
I found this tea to be rather different from the Chinese green teas. The fragrance coming from the wet leaves is reminiscent with some of the green oolongs. The taste is intense but smooth without bitterness of astringency. This tea worked well during the summer as the flavor is refreshing and fruity. (Posted on 10/11/2011)
floral nose and tropical fruit taste Review by DBJ
This is markedly different from many of the other greens I've tried. This being my first Taiwanese green, I feel as the leaves cast the flavor I normally associate with Taiwanese oolong. The flavor is complex but stays in the front of the palate. The taste for some reason makes me think of tropical fruits while being more floral than fruity. I would buy this tea again (Posted on 29/10/2011)
the tea that keeps on giving Review by pteamason
This tea will take infusion on infusion whilst still holding its flavour, making it excellent value for money.
The leaves are in perfect shape, with no damage to the edges.
One of the most refreshing teas in this price range I've tried for a while. (Posted on 23/03/2011)
Nantou green tea Review by jwd
This tea is simply 'delicious'. Ive tried many different types, and was unsure if this one would match other retailers, as it is the only green tea on offer from 'Essence of Tea'. I was wrong, this is a quality green that is very fresh, no bitterness with a slightly sweet floury taste. Possibly the most pleasant green tea ive tried yet. (Posted on 26/02/2011)
Very pleasant light tea Review by Dean Jenkins
Really enjoyed this green tea.
Lovely flavour, slightly nutty, with no bitterness at all. Nice and refreshing. (Posted on 19/12/2010)