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This has been in my cupboard for quite a long time now, which might explain the thin flavour. However it still tastes nice enough, and the best thing about it is it often tastes better the stronger you steep it; you can walk away and forget you’ve started a brew, come back, finish the process and end up with a great cup of tea! An uncontroversial one, great to sip while reading or studying in the evening.
Well my mind nearly exploded when I heard they make a Redbush green tea. It seemed impossible not to mention against the visible colour spectrum.
However this weird creation of a tea is really drinkable. Has a mild green tea taste, like most jasmine green teas are but without the jasmine. Yet it still has a rebush taste to it. Its odd in the way that you can tell a peice of music or a painting is by a certain artist even if it isn’t their normal style.
Lacks the bitterness that green tea acquires if you leave it too long. Which have the habit of doing.
A tea I bought for the sheer oddity of it and I’m glad I did. A real good tea.
Really nice Redbush. Probably the nicest bagged one I’ve found. Nice flavour that is quite full bodied and strong for a redbush but doesn’t go bitter. Even if you walk off and forget about it.
Nice straight, with milk, with lemon, with caramel, with apple juice. In fact their isn’t much that this tea won’t go with. Even tried it with coconut once, it was surprisingly nice.
A definite staple of my tea cupboard.