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I got 25 g of this and used it all to cold brew a pot of this. It was good, juicy and light, but ultimately I had to use 25 g to make a pot and it just didn’t wow me enough to be worth the amount of tea I had to use.

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Yeah, I’ve noticed that you have to use a LOT of it if you really want it to taste good; and being heavier means it’s less tea at a more expensive price so it’s really not a Stock Up On tea for me. :/ Nice as an iced snack in store, but that’s about it.

Kittenna

I haven’t done a cost comparison, but I’m thinking it’s still cheaper per cup than buying juice? Which I would (will) use it as a replacement for.

aisling of tea

True, but we don’t drink juice, so it’s still not worth it to me.

Kittenna

Fair enough.

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Yeah, I’ve noticed that you have to use a LOT of it if you really want it to taste good; and being heavier means it’s less tea at a more expensive price so it’s really not a Stock Up On tea for me. :/ Nice as an iced snack in store, but that’s about it.

Kittenna

I haven’t done a cost comparison, but I’m thinking it’s still cheaper per cup than buying juice? Which I would (will) use it as a replacement for.

aisling of tea

True, but we don’t drink juice, so it’s still not worth it to me.

Kittenna

Fair enough.

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