I read another recent review on this that made me pull my sample out to try. I am sorry to say it just doesn’t appeal to me. It tastes so GREEN. I really don’t like my teas to taste too green. This is probably due to an undeveloped palate, I’m willing to concede. I’m having a hard time making it through the cup. I am sure that nothing is wrong with it, it’s just not a good match for me.

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I’m with you currently on the green thing…. I don’t want my tea to taste like what the lawnmower spit out…or my goats eat…. I need fermentation! :) Currently I even have trouble with Darjeeling and Oolong! I sure hope that changes in the future…..

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donkeytiara

I’m with you currently on the green thing…. I don’t want my tea to taste like what the lawnmower spit out…or my goats eat…. I need fermentation! :) Currently I even have trouble with Darjeeling and Oolong! I sure hope that changes in the future…..

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Likes/dislikes: I love black teas, especially strong/malty ones. I am ok with flavored teas if the base is strong. I like some whites. I really don’t like any tea that tastes “green” – if I wanted to drink something that tastes like green beans, I would cook some green beans. I am not big on green teas, genmaichas or puerhs (although I’m still trying).

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