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Got this when I purchased a cold brewing tea container – sorry its late I can’t remember the name of it now. Anyway I have been looking forward to trying Golden Moon Teas and I am pretty disappointed in this one. I see how high of ratings this has received but I just don’t understand. Its quite bland and while I appreciate a flavored tea that is not in my face with flavors and of course prefer one flavored naturally over artificially, this one just leaves me underwhelmed. I barely taste the tea itself and really I am not getting the sugar or carmel flavors. Now the tea when dry smells okay – I mean I can smell the flavor but even then is a bit on the weak side.
Wish I enjoyed it more but to be perfectly honest was not even worth a re-steep.

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