Peek-A-Boo Tea Review: Sanctuary T Lunch Ching

Hey kids!  I just me, Abby, posting today. Sanctuary T sent us a bunch of samples and I just wanted to get one up here for you all ASAP. Katie doesn’t have these teas yet, so you will just have to trust my review for this one. Hopefully soon we will get together for a tea party to try some of the other samples they sent so you can get input from both of us!  Please note that while we were sent free samples of this tea to review we are just as critical of free tea. If we receive something we don’t like we give an honest review or skip it all together!

On to the quick sneak-peek review…

Lunch Ching

Abby says:

Tea Type: Loose leaf
Temperature: @ 180 below boiling
Steeped: 2 minutes
Served: Nothing added

This Lunch Ching tea sample didn’t come with any information about it aside from the name, but looking at it you can see that it is a beautiful green tea. It tastes like one too! This tea has a strong grassy flavor with a satisfying umami taste. On this (well below zero) winter day it brings hope of summertime with bright green leaves and flavors!

Great for green or white tea lovers!  This tea has big flavor. Beware of steeping times and water temperature when making this tea.

Taste: 4 of 5 leaves – Quite a good cuppa!
Steepability: 3 of 5 leaves — this tea is a bit delicate.

Lunch ching


Look for more Sanctuary T reviews soon!


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