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This was an interesting tea for me. Let me start off by saying that I’ve never actually eaten goji berries so I have NO idea what they’re supposed to taste like.

Dry and while steeping the tea had a fruity sort of smell that actually reminded me of strawberries more than anything else. The taste at first is slightly tart though still fruity, followed closely with maybe a bit of faint bitterness that might be the matcha at work. There’s also a sweet aftertaste to this tea that I suspect may be from the licorice powder not the goji berries.

Still I’m leaning towards liking this tea, if only for the novelty and the fact that for once Stash has produced a fruit tea that isn’t overwhelmed by a ton of hibiscus.

takgoti

Goji berries have this really distinct flavor to them that I’m not sure how to describe. They’re kind of sweet, but mainly tangy. Eating them is fun because they’re so tiny and when you bite down on one they squish open and you’re greeted with this little burst of flavor. If you ever get the chance to try them you should nab it.

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takgoti

Goji berries have this really distinct flavor to them that I’m not sure how to describe. They’re kind of sweet, but mainly tangy. Eating them is fun because they’re so tiny and when you bite down on one they squish open and you’re greeted with this little burst of flavor. If you ever get the chance to try them you should nab it.

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