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I was skeptical of this tea when it first arrived. The smell of the juniper berries was overpowering, and the strong fruity scent had me worried. I generally prefer earthier-flavored teas, with lighter fruit undertones and subtle flavors. To say the least, I was afraid I had wasted money on a tea I would not like. However, I decided to give the tea a chance straight away, and I couldn’t have been more wrong. The smell of the loose tea leaves was completely different from the way the brew tasted; the flavor of the black tea was prominent, while the fruits and spices properly balanced out the blend. It is now my favorite hot tea.

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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“He sips and is engulfed in a symphony of green life, following its roots down to meet his own in the earth that had born them both in ages past. As he withdraws the cup, his eyes close and a long, soft exhalation escapes his mouth.” — Marc

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