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Caspian's House Blend Tea

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  • “Caspian Bistro isn't actually a tea store. It's a little Greek restaurant on the U of MN campus. But they sell their house tea, which I used to love. I couldn't get enough of the stuff. I...” Read full tasting note
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From Caspian Bistro

An exclusive blend of Darjeeling, Assam, Earl Grey, premium OP1, pure Ceylon, Persian tea and 5 1/2 oz Cardamom.

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Caspian Bistro isn’t actually a tea store. It’s a little Greek restaurant on the U of MN campus. But they sell their house tea, which I used to love. I couldn’t get enough of the stuff. I usually buy the tea a few containers at a time since I live 200 miles away. And this last time it seems like they changed the recipe. Dry, the tea smells overwhelmingly fruity. Almost knocks me out. Brewing it up doesn’t help much. It’s still too fruity for my taste. But it’s a very complex tea with a lot going on. I can taste most of the things listed in different parts of my mouth. If they’d go back to their old recipe I could be in heaven once again. As is, it’s very ‘meh’.

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