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Scent of the dry leaves is lovely. Vegetal and slightly sweet. I’m not getting the ‘spicy’ scent the packaging describes, though.

After steeping, the leaves smell a little odd and more grassy than before steeping. The tea itself is smooth and buttery. I can’t taste the grassiness I smelt in the leaves, which is kind of a relief.

I haven’t tried many greens, so I don’t really have anything to compare it to. Although this is a pleasant tea, I don’t see it becoming a favourite.

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