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1.0 out of 5 stars Not good at all, July 19, 2011
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This review is from: Boston Tea Finest Grade Loose Dragonwell Green Tea, Bulk, Resealable 8-Ounce Pouch (Grocery)
Extremely disappointing. Frankly, I think plain old Lipton tea is smoother and less bitter. When brewed, I could hardly recognize it as green tea. It tasted more like a very poor Earl Gray.
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Initial post: Jul 29, 2011 9:25:05 AM PDT
T. Lu says:
Well, I have to say that you are pretty ignorant about green tea. First of all, you should not brew it. Please read more about what green tea is and how to enjoy it.

In reply to an earlier post on Sep 5, 2011 1:03:43 AM PDT
L. Weber says:
I have to say you're a bit ignorant yourself. "Brewed" is as acceptable as "steeped" when referring to the process of tea making. From Boston Tea itself: http://www.bostontea.com/index.cfm/how-to-brew-tea.html

If you insist only Asians understand how to make tea: http://maeda-en.com/store/productlist.php?teatype_id=08 (in English, but Japanese store, Japanese website, server in Japan).

Please learn more about courtesy and treating strangers with a basic modicum of respect--and then apply what you've learned.

Posted on Jul 10, 2013 1:42:30 PM PDT
Guru H says:
Most chinese tea are not authentic. They will be of lower quality with all fancy words used on the packaging. If you take time and really travel to where tea came from , its probably from suburbs of beijing or some big city with all mechanical harvesting and processing. not to mention tons of chemicals sprayed on it, but very nicely written as Organic. Even thought this product does not say that. Also tea steeping is an art (in a way). Just dumping tea and pouring boiling water and let it sit for hr is not steeping, its probably brewing as you said and of course its going to be bitter.
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