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Yum, this tea smells deliciously cherry-like. Cherry and mango are my two favorite fruits and sadly there don’t seem to be many (good) cherry-flavoured teas out there. The flavour is mostly that of a nice, mild Russian Caravan. I’ve found that a lot of Russian Caravan blends are too heavy on the Lapsang Souchong, but this one is quite pleasent.

I’d like maybe a touch more cherry flavour, though. Right now I’m just getting a slight hint and a bit of an aftertate. Still is makes for a nice variation on a common tea blend like this.

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Thanks for the review Jillian. We have very similar interests. I’m a retired paleontologist & currently owner of Indonique. Check out our Blog, http://indonique.blogspot.com, if you like tea & history. Thanks again.

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Thanks for the review Jillian. We have very similar interests. I’m a retired paleontologist & currently owner of Indonique. Check out our Blog, http://indonique.blogspot.com, if you like tea & history. Thanks again.

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