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This tea has a wonderful grapefruit flavor to it. I must remember to try it iced in the summer and instead of lemons use grapefruit sections. Very refreshing.
Oh I just got this wonderful tea. Makes me want to take a warm bath, light some candles. Very relaxing. Has strong lavender notes to it so if you don’t like the smell or taste of lavender you may not be happy. I love lavender so I am smiling
This is a great tea all around! One of my favorites! :)
Very strong lemon aroma, but weak tea flavor. I’m not crazy about many greens, and I don’t like lemon with my tea. It came as a sample. If you like lighter teas with citrus flavors, you may like this one. :)
I love this tea! It’s great at anytime of the day with a touch of honey! :)
Great jasmine aroma before and after brewing. Doesn’t taste like perfume if brewed correctly. :)
Strong melon aroma when opening the bag, almost like Pop Rocks! Awesome taste, not too light, not too strong. :)
Yum – oh. Smells great, looks great, tastes great. Very much a lady’s afternoon tea.
Beautiful little nest individually wrapped makes for an excellent presentation. Smells like a pu-erh should with very earthy tones. About to try it in just a moment!
A nice tasting green tea with a good orange taste.
This I’s a good green tea that I’s not too grassy or vegatal. And with a nice fruity taste.
The roobios overwelmed the chocolate and yerba mate. But I’t still was not too bad.
The rose overpowered tea white tea and this tasted like perfume.
This I’s a good tasting white tea.
This I’s black tea with vanilla pieces. I’t smells like a nice black tea with a good smelling vanilla. You can clearly see the ingredients. I steeped the tea for a couple or so minutes. The taste I’s a good black tea with a natural good tasting vanilla. This tea I’s pretty good.
This was too vegatal to me.
This I’s a nice black tea with a medium peach flavor.
Green tea,orange peel,orange flowers. You can see a nice green tea and the orange peel and flowers. I did not steep the tea very long. It brewed up to a nice green. The taste a light green tea with a medium orange flavor. I think I’t was pretty good.
This has honeybush,lemongrass,and lemonmytle. This smells mostly like lemon. I steeped this up. This tastes like strong lemon with honeybush. The lemon in here I’s just too strong for me. So this I’s just decent.
I drank two cups of this after supper tonight. The first steep, for 3 minutes, was a little weak, so on the second I steeped it for five minutes which tasted much better. It had also taken the edge off of the ginger the second time ‘round so that it was only a nice, pleasently-warm compliment to the tea instead of the spicy, dominating flavour (although still not nearly as strong as a lot of other ginger teas I’ve tried) it was on the first steep.
A mellow lingering taste of excellant Yunnan.
Gen Mai Cha is without a doubt one of the best teas I’ve been able to pick up on my home turf. It’s got a very natural flavour – no additives – and the roasted rice blend perfectly with the green tea. Very enjoyable.
I’m not sure which brand I’m drinking since it comes from a rebranded package, but to be honest I’ve not sensed much of a difference between different Gen Mai Chas.
Best enjoyed with a purring cat in your lap. A perfect complement.
It is believed that chamomile is useful in treating anxiety and I feel tonight I can certainly benefit from that. Chamomile and lavender is a great combo – it smells lovely and I enjoy the taste as well!