I’m not quite sure about this one. One sip I enjoy it, and the next I don’t. It smells of apples and that grassiness I love with green teas. The taste is quite bitter on the tongue the moment you sip, but it disappears quickly. Crisp, fruity undertones of apples and pears with a slightly burnt note from the caramel. I enjoyed the fact that this tea basically tasted like Autumn. Not in the apple pie and cinnamon way, but the wet leaves and rain way. And I mean that in the best way. It brings back memories of apple picking in the soggy, leaf stricken ground and warm sweaters! Overall it was an ok tea, but I wouldn’t drink it on a daily basis due to the bitterness!
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