I don’t feel it’s fair to put a rating on this one as I’m not much of a Green Tea drinker .. That said, it was definitely palatable and I did manage to consume two cups of it ..

It smells sweet & fruity, only it doesn’t deliver more than a weak hint of fruit flavour .. And the name didn’t help as I kept just thinking ’it’s a wishy-washy melding of this-&-that, diluted in lukewarm water’ .. I know it’s more a case of ‘everything but …….’, BUT my head took it to a whole different level (sorry!)

And again, please note this is being written by a flavoured back / Masala Chai kind of girl! This just isn’t my thing, so rest of the pouch (near full) is going to a green-tea-loving friend who I’m sure she will get some joy out of it :D
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For many years I only drank coffee, and the occasional herbal tisane .. But eventually I got sick of people complaining that I had no ‘real tea’ in the house so I bought a box of cheap tea bags and remembered WHY I didn’t drink the stuff!

And so life went on until the day an English friend invited me to visit her home .. She made us a pot of (loose leaf) Earl Grey to enjoy in the garden – and finally I’d found a Tea that I truly wanted to drink!

Now-a-days my favourite alternates between home-made Masala Chai, Lady Grey with a few extra drops of Sweet Orange Essential Oil, Dessert Flavoured Blacks, and my latest interest is Dragon Peal Jasmine ..

any less = I wouldn’t drink it again
70 – 80 = Nice, but there’s better
80 – 90 = Mmm, Yummy Stuff ..
90 – 100 = Unique, Stand-Outs, & Can Not Be Withouts!

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