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This is my new favorite Green, hands down. It’s the perfect mix between Harney’s Chinese Flower (a delicious, but overwhelming green) and my previous favorite, Twining’s standard Green. The citrus is light, but present, and it brings just the right amount of flavor. With a bit of honey, you absolutely cannot go wrong!
Very sweet, but quite good!
Delicious. Very strong, and very full. A solid tea.
It’s a classic. With a few spoonfuls of sugar, it really is a great breakfast tea. What more is there to say?
Wow! I am really impressed. I’m drinking it right now so I can’t attest to how fast it relaxes and puts you to sleep, but the taste alone is great compared to a pure chamomile tea or similar teas from other brands. This is definitely my new bedtime tea!
Delicious! With honey this is awesome. Perfect calm end to an evening.
Delicious! An experience for all the senses. It’s visually attractive, it smells like no tea I’ve ever smelled, and it tastes incredible. with a bit of honey to sweeten it up, this is practically perfection.
Fantastic. With a bit of honey it’s a really pleasant way to end an evening.
Miles ahead of Lipton, my previous Green Tea of “choice” (by which I mean it was what we had in the cupboard).
With a nice dose of honey and a good long steep, this is a delicious, affordable, and readily available standard!
I didn’t like it at first, being more used to green tea, but as I drank more it grew on me! I put in two sugar packets, and it definitely tasted “sweetened” although I wouldn’t call it “sweet.” It seems like a nice way to re-energize for the evening ahead.
The smell alone is incredible.
The apple is all in the smell.