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I grew up on green tea, so this is me rating my infancy. Although it’s not as strong as the tea I drank before I entered middle school, this tea has become the closest substitute for it. I no longer drink only green tea, I keep variety, but it’s still got a place in my cupboards.
As far as taste goes, it’s not refreshing like a spearmint cup, nor is it as sweet as black tea (if you like adding sugar), but it’s never tasted bitter at the tongue of childhood me, so it’s definitely a fabulous start for anyone wanting to taste something different to their standard cup o’ tea.

Flavors: Dry Grass, Sweet, Tea

195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec 5 g 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Very nice ceylon tea. I prefer the taste of ceylon green and white teas to chinese ones. They have a fresher flavor – chinese teas taste stale to me. The flavor like the kiwi/peach flavored one is mild and adds to the taste unlike most flavored teas.

I only wish it were easier to get. For some reason, Ceylon teas are getting harder and harder to get. The Dilmah brand supposedly from Sri Lanka unfortunately tastes similar to Chinese teas.

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