Up until 2 weeks ago, Lychee Pear Green Tea was at the top of my list. It’s still in the top 2!
This green tea is decaffeinated, which makes it a great late evening sip or a lazy Sunday afternoon delight. It contains decaffeinated green tea, maltodextrin, and concentrated lychee puree. Lychee fruit comes from a tropical tree in Asia. It contains several healthy minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. Some say it tastes likes grapes with rosewater, while others describe it as pear or watermelon. Hmm… In this tea, I’d describe it as a bright, slightly sweet and slightly tart pear with a subtle grassy note. Now I’m not a fan of green tea, and I find a lot of green tea with flavour just clashes. It’s like the flavours are trying to overpower the green. But here, it’s a perfect pairing!
Drink your tea slowly and reverently,-Thich Nhat Hanh
As if it is the axis on which the whole earth revolves
Slowly, evenly without rushing toward the future.
Live the actual moment.