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There’s a reason why “lift” is in the name. I mistakenly thought this was an herbal tea, and didn’t pay much attention to the information on the box. I had a weird case of the shakes after a cup of this.
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I like this one a lot better than this brands caffeine lemon tea. This is a popular one at work.
I like this one solely because of the name and the picture on the box. Hilarious!
The only one of this brand’s line that I don’t like. It has the oddest flavor – I suppose that’s the rice?
Most likely it is the rice :) Japanese green tea is more bitter than Chinese green tea, so they often add toasted rice. The tea is known as genmai and it is an acquired taste :) I’ve tried it, but it’s not a staple of my tea cupboard.
Maybe the ‘Inquiry’ part of the title is supposed to be ‘enquiring’ why the hell they made this tea?!" ;D
I used to drink this one a lot. It’s a nice combo of black tea with mango. People who are upgrading from something like Lipton find this one to be a good “transitional” tea.
I think this comic pretty much sums this tea up: http://wondermark.com/557/
I think this one is stronger than this brand’s English Breakfast tea, which isn’t a bad thing.
not bad for a breakfast tea
not one of my favorite breakfast teas, as this one can easily get bitter
another in this brand’s nice line of breakfast teas
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