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drank Champagne Mojito Green by 52teas
255 tasting notes

52teas is consistently brilliant and original in their blends. I loved this tea and I don’t typically like green teas. The interplay of the spearmint and the “bubbly” creamy extra is superb. If you are a fan of spearmint, you will most certainly like this. The tea itself has nice, large green leaves which unfurled beautifully. It is a refreshing way to end the day and I have used it as my last little bit of caffeine before I move to the evening’s de-caf regime. It does not absolutely feel as if this is cocktail hour, but it makes a good college try. A sweet, creamy, nifty cup of tea is always something to celebrate.

Preparation
3 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

Could so totally see this iced. Hot… not so much. But then again I love their beer tea hot… but then again that doesn’t taste like beer like it should…

Meghann M

Liked reading your notes on this. I’m excited to have this on the way from 52teas…sounds exciting!

Miss Sweet

Yum, I love reading other peoples notes on 52teas. And I second Cofftea, sounds like it’d be great iced!

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Cofftea

Could so totally see this iced. Hot… not so much. But then again I love their beer tea hot… but then again that doesn’t taste like beer like it should…

Meghann M

Liked reading your notes on this. I’m excited to have this on the way from 52teas…sounds exciting!

Miss Sweet

Yum, I love reading other peoples notes on 52teas. And I second Cofftea, sounds like it’d be great iced!

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