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You wouldn’t think that a lighter, mildly caffeinated tea would play well with a hearty, STRONGLY caffeinated herb like guayusa. But – against all odds – in this blend, opposites attract. When brewed to balance, the drinker is treated to a very balanced – if herbaceous – cup with a berry note (from the green tea) and a sweet aftertaste (from the guayusa). And it wakes even the tiredest of tea-totalers from groggy reverie.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2010/12/12/review-stash-tea-guayusa-and-green-tea/

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