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drank Moroccan Mint by The Tea Table
1679 tasting notes

Not much flavour in general. Decent amount of mint, but not very tasty. Not much tea flavour at all.
Toward the bottom of the pot, I just started to get a chalky taste in my mouth. Not sure if it was from the tea, but the tea was all I was consuming at that point, so I suspect so.

Rabs

What a sad note! I just can’t bring myself to click the “like” button for a quasi-tasteless chalky tea :(

Spencer

Yeah. I truly expected better, as I’ve had some great Moroccan Mint in the past, but this just wasn’t that good.
I would suspect it would be pretty tasty (and better), if it were iced.

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Rabs

What a sad note! I just can’t bring myself to click the “like” button for a quasi-tasteless chalky tea :(

Spencer

Yeah. I truly expected better, as I’ve had some great Moroccan Mint in the past, but this just wasn’t that good.
I would suspect it would be pretty tasty (and better), if it were iced.

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