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So I tried this today because I really wanted a green tea, and I have a whole tin of green tea at home so I thought it’d be best to try a flavoured green for something different.

This one interested me because it wasn’t super berry-y. The citrus was compelling and the leaves smelled really nice.

Oops! Didn’t actually read the ingredients. Not expected ginger!

Conclusion: I’m really not a fan of ginger in my tea. It really overpowered everything else in this one too. Two sips and I tossed it.

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Autumn Hearth

I understand that if you don;t like ginger its a no go, but I enjoyed this at work iced paired with one of the straight greens, usually adding gyo in the last 30 secs. Not enough to ever buy it and have at home though.

noordelijk

I can’t see myself even mixing this with another tea, especially Gyokuro, it would just ruin the Gyokuro! I should probably just stick to fruitier blends if I ever want to mix. @Autumn Aelwyd

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Autumn Hearth

I understand that if you don;t like ginger its a no go, but I enjoyed this at work iced paired with one of the straight greens, usually adding gyo in the last 30 secs. Not enough to ever buy it and have at home though.

noordelijk

I can’t see myself even mixing this with another tea, especially Gyokuro, it would just ruin the Gyokuro! I should probably just stick to fruitier blends if I ever want to mix. @Autumn Aelwyd

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