Thanks, Greenteafairy for this tea!

The only English on this tea was the brand name, Ssangkye Tea, so I don’t know much about. The dryleaf is very light and looks more like an herbal tea because it has flower petals, bits of flowers and fruit pieces. Could there also be yabao? Tastes a little woody, sweet too.

greenteafairy

Unfortunately I have no idea what’s in this – the brand website is only available in Korean, and I had no luck trying to track down info elsewhere. I thought it was an herbal, but I actually haven’t tried yabao yet so maybe that’s in there too? I’d be interested to find out more about it.

Fuzzy_Peachkin

It kind of did look like the Silver Buds yabao from verdant, but not as pretty. lol

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greenteafairy

Unfortunately I have no idea what’s in this – the brand website is only available in Korean, and I had no luck trying to track down info elsewhere. I thought it was an herbal, but I actually haven’t tried yabao yet so maybe that’s in there too? I’d be interested to find out more about it.

Fuzzy_Peachkin

It kind of did look like the Silver Buds yabao from verdant, but not as pretty. lol

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