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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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From Stash Tea Company

Zesty, light, smooth and refreshing. This tea is a blend of Chinese Dragonwell Lung Ching green tea, Yunnan black tea from China, and Nilgiri black tea from India. It is flavored with sweet cinnamon from Sri Lanka, freshly cut citrus peel, and natural lemon oil. Delicious hot or iced any time of day.

Ingredients: green tea, black tea, lemongrass, orange peel, lemon oil, cassia
Steeping Instructions: 1-3 minutes at 170-190 degrees Fahrenheit
Caffeinated: Yes

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I don’t recall ever having this bagged offering from Stash. I am a little confused by it. The label says green tea, so I prepared it in my usual green manner with below boiling water and a two minute steep. Then I notice the liquor is turning very dark, like a black tea. So I read the small print and sure enough it contains both green and black tea. Usually when they blend tea types they call it a fusion.

The bag is undersized as is typical with Stash but it seemed to steep up well. The scent is primarily lemongrass. The taste is lemon held up by the cinnamon. I think this would be greatly improved if I could better taste the tea. Well actually, if I could taste the tea at all it would help. The lemon needs toned down some. As the cup cools the cinnamon comes forward more and in combination with the lemon is quite nice. My review reads more negative than I mean it. For a flavored bagged tea, this is a pleasant cup that I would not turn down if offered.

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Bonnie

Sounds so sad!

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I was a bad girl and bought way too much tea from the Stash (online) sale. Most are chai teas or mint ones, so this one stood out on it’s own, so it’s tonight’s choice for testing. When I opened the package, the smell was Amazing! The lemon smell hit the senses and made me happy.

That happy feeling left after brewing. That wonderful lemony “thing” is gone. First sip reminds me that this lists green tea as it’s first ingredient…that’s what I’m tasting. Not getting any spice, even though I’m not sure where that was supposed to come from. This is a light “ok” tea, with maybe the tiniest hint of citrus, but disappointed.

Edit to add: the lemon/citrus shows up in the aftertaste, but not while sipping. It’s a sour/tart type of lemon taste.

Note to self: try this cold brewed, maybe that’ll save it (stay tuned).

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Drank a cup of this at work. It’s not bad! Light and zesty.

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