The tea was OK, more saffron-ny than Earl Grey. Here is the part that freaks me out though: what is in it?! Is it even legal not to list the ingredients? Apparently there is saffron and bergamot (indistinguishable in the flavor). The label claims that is an “herbal infusion”, which eliminates Camelia sinensis. I drank it after drinking some strong black tea, so I could be wrong but it doesn’t seem caffeinated. How do they get away with this?

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sanjuro

Oh, according to above, there is Camelia sinensis in the blend. Weird it only mentions “herbal blend” on the package.

rnccap

I feel the same way. They make broad claims but list no ingredients, much less mg per serving. I like the tea but am suspicious of the source.

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sanjuro

Oh, according to above, there is Camelia sinensis in the blend. Weird it only mentions “herbal blend” on the package.

rnccap

I feel the same way. They make broad claims but list no ingredients, much less mg per serving. I like the tea but am suspicious of the source.

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