Where To Buy: Bird Pick Tea & Herb
Creamy with light notes of sweetness.
Entice your senses with Premium Silky Green Tea. Offering a pleasantly sweet and creamy aroma and flavor, its refreshing brew provides surprisingly light and delicate notes that easily pleases the taste buds. Try adding sugar and ice for a refreshing beverage that will surely not disappoint any palate.
Brew: Golden Jade
Flavor: Refreshing and creamy melodies with lightly sweet notes
Premium Silky Green Tea from Bird Pick Tea & Herb has an AWESOME aroma! It’s like nothing I have ever smelled before!
The only way I can describe the dry loose leaf aroma is intensely buttered flavored popcorn – I think I can even smell a little naturally salted flavor – unless I just am associating the aroma with buttered popcorn so much so that my mind is playing tricks on me! Whatever it is I have to say I would easily give the aroma on this one a 100!!!!
These are some crazy wild leaves, too, that put on quite the show as they unfurl!
The taste is also Buttery! Buttered Veggies! Buttered Popcorn! It’s semi-sweet and a very flavorful green! The more I sip it the more sweeter it gets! This is smooth! It reminds me of a milky oolong but then it reminds me of a buttery green! It may be somewhere in the middle – regardless I am REALLY enjoying this one!
This is probably one of the most memorable greens I have had in a LONG time!
I ended up doing multiple infusions on this one too! I highly recommend trying multiple infusions with this one! The 2nd infusions is completely different than the first but far from disappointing!!!!
This is MUCH sweeter and MUCH MORE silkier and creamy and sooth the 2nd time around! It’s less buttery and more sweet with the 2nd infusion. It’s still FULL of flavor tho and a wonderful tasting green!!!
As for the 3rd infusion…
Again it’s completely different from the previous infusion! This is still intensely flavored but this time around it’s more of a grassy green with slight buttery notes underneath. It still ends rather smooth and I would still call it silky but a grassier silky instead of a buttered popcorn silky/creamy…maybe more like a broccoli type!?
I LOVE YOU Silky Green!