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I did not enjoy this tea, but I’m not surprised (I am clearly an advocate of black tea). Nonetheless, my impressions: this blend had a little of everything greenish. In fact, it looked like I had mowed the lawn and collected the dried grass clippings, then added some green tea(I think) and large chamomile flower heads. It brewed up a nice golden color with a strong chamomile smell and a hint of mint. I imagine that it was very tasty for those that like this type of tea. It would be a thumbs down for purely my tastes…but I’m going neutral because I suspect its a find blend for those more inclined to herbals and/or chamomile teas.

Cofftea

It’s white peony actually- not green tea. Way too much chamomile- I normally love white teas, but not this blend. I rehomed mine.

Atacdad

I circular filed mine ;-)

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Cofftea

It’s white peony actually- not green tea. Way too much chamomile- I normally love white teas, but not this blend. I rehomed mine.

Atacdad

I circular filed mine ;-)

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