- 18 ct - 18 tea bags in a box
- Case - six 18 ct boxes
The subtle flavor of Japanese-style green tea is a perfect complement for the sweetness of ripe honeydew melon. Enjoy this refreshing blend hot or over ice for a cooling summer treat.
Green tea, natural melon flavor, natural guava flavor
1-3 minutes at 170-180 degrees Fahrenheit
Tea Bag Packaging
- Variant: 18 ct tea bags
- SKU: 64418
I first found out about this flavor when I saw it as a sample from a previous order I put in and loved it so much, I had to order it. The smell alone makes your mouth water as if there is a fresh cut piece right in front of you and the tea itself tastes like the tea leaves were soaked with the essence of the fruit. It's light and very fruity but it tastes the best chilled. This is one of my favorite flavors and the only thing that makes me sad is I can't get it in the 30 ct now like I would in the past.
This is my favorite tea of any kind. Most fruit flavored teas taste like potpourri, but this one is perfectly balanced! I brew it in my office constantly, and am able to reuse the bag once or twice. I am curious about the caffeine content per bag since I drink it all day while I am at work, although it doesn't make me jittery like coffee.
this flavor is so delicious hot or cold.Do follow instructions on steeping time it makes a big difference in taste.
Stash please add quotes to Tea bags!!that would be great
I love the taste of the Sweet Honeydew. It smells and tastes just like melon. I also like the fact that it contains green tea. I will be reordering this tea.
I've been searching for a pure sweet melon flavored tea after Chanakara Melon Green Tea got discontinued. While the Chanakara had an earthy tone and body, this one is going for a light, pure, fruity tone over a green tea base. The aroma of melon is sweet and excellent; it's nectar-like and not artificial at all. The flavor is quite delicate and subtle; I wish it were stronger! The sweeteners I've tried (Splenda, stevia) didn't enhance the flavor, I have yet to try natural cane sugar. Green tea is a smart choice for the base as it complements the fruitiness of the flavor profile. White tea would be a fine choice too, I'd try in a heart beat if Stash made a white tea version.
Love the teas from Stash. There are none better.