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5 Tasting Notes
An okay green tea. Recommended for those who are looking for a weak tea to wind down after a hectic day. A little watery for my taste, I leave it steeping the whole time I’m drinking it. Otherwise, it’s just too weak.
A very strong black tea, it’s perfect to wake you up in the morning, rivaling the effects of a strong cup of joe. Be careful not to over steep it, as it will develop a strong bite at the end.
My bf and I have a nightly ritual where we brew this tea, take it to bed and read our “yogi tea inspirations” on the tea bag string. It’s a nice light tea, going down almost like water but with a light aftertaste of chamomile and spearmint. It’s a great way to wind down after a hectic day.
This yummy tea is perfect for the afternoon. It’s a hearty black tea with plenty of jolt. I recommend leaving the bag in the cup the whole time to make it nice and strong. With extra punches of bergamot flavor, it’s a lovely alternative to more mild regular Earl Greys.