David’s Tea, Korean Sejak Green Tea

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The leaves vary in sizes, but not in large differences. They are not too far between in color, and all the twists and folds can easily be seen. There isn’t a lot of sheen and the leaves are crisp and delicate, with a somewhat olive color. There were a few stems and particulates, but nothing excessive. There was a grassy aroma, but nothing too strong.

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The hot leaves smelled spinachy and have a light green olive color. They maintained strength after the steep and were ready for a second steep.
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The liquor had no aroma and a grassy, spinach like taste. The body was thin, smooth and light. There was a dry, thin and tight aftertaste that was almost hay-like.
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This wasn’t a horrible tea, but not one of my favorites. I would drink it again, but am not sure if I would purchase it.

If you want to try it, here it is!
http://www.davidstea.com/korean-sejak

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