Dragon Well Green Tea from Uncle Lee’s Tea

A perfect tea to celebrate the Year of the Dragon. Uncle Lee’s Organic Dragon Well Green Tea has several distinct characteristics like its wonderful jade color, its full-bodied flavour and a sweet, slightly nutty aftertaste.

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Pomegranate Green from Uncle Lee’s Tea

The tea bag had a nice sweet, berry like smell to it, but I didn’t really notice any Green Tea. After brewing the taste is tart, with a snappy mix of pomegranate and hibiscus. If you enjoy sour flavors like I do, this tea is a good option. While acidity dominates, a vegetal green tea essence whispers quietly. It actually adds a pleasant smoothness to the brew.

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Chamomile White Tea from Uncle Lee’s Tea

A very pleasant blend, soothing and gentle to both tummy and spirit. This is a teabag tea, but I cut it open to see what was inside. Both the tea and the herb were too chopped to discern differences, but there was a nice gentle scent of chamomile, which is a favorite of mine, reminding me of the chamomile my grandmother grew and dried for winter.

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Oolong with Ginseng from Uncle Lee’s Tea

I found this cup to be quite pleasing. I like that it’s organic and even though I’m not particularly fond of ginseng I know that it does offer some health benefits so I do appreciate it when I find a tea with ginseng that still tastes good. This one does just that.

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Organic Oolong from Uncle Lee’s Tea

While I did have my doubts about this tea in the beginning, by the end of the cup, I find myself quite enjoying what I’ve tasted. It certainly wasn’t the best Oolong that I’ve consumed, but, it was, nonetheless, lovely. It would make a charming accompaniment with a meal, or any time when you want something quick and easy … but still delicious.

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