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This is truly an enjoyable summer tea! It smells sweet when dry, with that crisp sencha scent.

Once brewed, it doesn’t taste as sweet, but maintains the delicious aroma, which is great because it’s simply outstanding. I’m not overly fond of sweet tasting teas, so it works for that. My one issue with this tea, however, is the name. Honeydew. I detest honeydew. If I hadn’t tried this one without knowing the name first, I may never have given it a chance. It does not taste like honeydew to me, but rather watermelon. Honeydew has a thicker sweetness to it, and this is more the bright, clean taste of watermelon… in a tea.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Dinosara

QuiltGuppy! I was so surprised to see your name on my dashboard! Good to see you around!

QuiltGuppy

Thanks! Yes, it has been a while. Such is life, right? It’s fun to be back, reading reviews. :)

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Dinosara

QuiltGuppy! I was so surprised to see your name on my dashboard! Good to see you around!

QuiltGuppy

Thanks! Yes, it has been a while. Such is life, right? It’s fun to be back, reading reviews. :)

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I’m a middle school teacher of French, Spanish, ESL and reading intervention. I’m also a mom to two young children.

I’ve always been a tea lover. When I lived in France during college, I really loved the tisanes. Over the past couple of years, I’ve branched off into loose teas. I’m not very knowledgeable about teas, but I’m really loving the learning process!

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