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drank Rhubarb Green by Adagio Teas
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this one was getting passed around the office with “Ewwww” attached to it. I don’t know why, it is a fairly intense green tea flavor, and not a bad one at that. Just a hint of rhubarb tartness…not enough that I could identify it as rhubarb or natural to the tea leaves. In fact, I dumped the spent leaves onto a plate and sorted them. I found two 1" shavings of rhubarb in the pile (I ate them to be sure). So, while it might be called “Rhubarb Green”…its mostly just a good green tea.
1 heaping tsp, 180 deg. water for 3 minutes. Got two good steepings from it.

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Veri-Tea

LOL now that’s dedication… searching your tea leaves…

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