All of the lovely blends I've made always lean towards the sweet side: Apricot, Vanilla, & Chocolate Mint. So one day, I decided to do a tea blend with a savory style. It would be more like the main course. With that in mind, I decided to do a version of a Thai dish that I like. Starting with a nice, neutral green tea, I added lemon grass, ginger, coconut and vanilla. Since it was for Americans, I did not add any spice notes.  It has been a hit ever since.

The picture is a temple in Bangkok.

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