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I am revisiting this tea this evening, mostly because last time when I drank it the tea had cooled to the point of being cold, and I wanted to try it hot. It is much better hot, I think, although it’s nice cold too (I think it would have been even better with maybe a thin slice of lemon or lime!)

Served hot, I notice more buttery tones to the tea, and I like that. It is also less astringent when hot.

I’ve enjoyed this one both ways – hot and cold – but I like it best hot.

Michelle Butler Hallett

Sounds lovely. I’ve been meaning to try a Korean green.

Autumn Hearth

Interesting, I have two boxes from Choice, if this one is available at the grocery store I’ll be picking it up.

Dylan Oxford

I actually first saw this brand because it was what the car dealership I was at was offering. I stole a few bags of their Northwest Blackberry to bring home and try out. I consider it included as part of the paperwork fee ;)

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Michelle Butler Hallett

Sounds lovely. I’ve been meaning to try a Korean green.

Autumn Hearth

Interesting, I have two boxes from Choice, if this one is available at the grocery store I’ll be picking it up.

Dylan Oxford

I actually first saw this brand because it was what the car dealership I was at was offering. I stole a few bags of their Northwest Blackberry to bring home and try out. I consider it included as part of the paperwork fee ;)

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My favorite teas are Yellow Teas with most Oolong teas at a close second. As far as “flavored” teas go, I love Earl Grey, Chocolate and Jasmine teas.

I also am intrigued by flavored teas with an unusual or unique flavor combination.

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