This is a pretty basic cup of green tea, it may not be the best cup in the world but it is far from the worst.
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Ingredients: green tea
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Rating this as an average between the bags (bleh) and the K-cups for my Keurig machine (tolerable).
The bagged version of this didn’t taste like anything special to me – just a typical light flavored green tea. We had this in our kitchen, but most of us tea drinkers have decided it isn’t for us.
The K-cup version seemed to have a stronger “green” taste to it, which was acceptable enough for me to drink but I don’t plan on ordering another set of Bigelow Green Tea K-cups again.
This is the green tea I used to drink before I started drinking loose leaf tea. for a bagged green tea this is a decent tea, but this is a one note tea, and the flavor isn’t so much delicate as it is absent in comparison to loose leaf green teas of of even moderate quality. If the tea bag costs you less than a dime to get, then this tea is good enough, but I wouldn’t recommend this except as a way to have a warm beverage. I certainly wouldn’t pay anything to drink this at a restaurant, or even a diner where a hot cup of dirty water could range anywhere from one to two dollars for six to ten ounces.