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drank Elf Help by DAVIDsTEA
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I’m returning to this tea as I remember trying it a couple of months ago and not liking it so much… I’m glad I did, it’s way better than expected. It’s green and I think I must have overstepped the first time around cause all I could remember was it’s bitterness.

There’s a lot going on in this pouch with all these ingredients, but it all comes together, surprisingly. It’s very fruity but not in a super sweet kind of way, nice balance between sweet and citrus. The orange and cranberry definitely come through, especially on second steep. I bet it will make a very refreshing iced tea.

I’m glad I gave it a second chance, though it won’t be part of my permanent collection, it’s worth drinking the 25gr I have.

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