Just fine, I suppose. Gets bitter pretty easily, so be careful. Otherwise, a decent green tea.
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“I have tried several times to like this tea because my mother pawned off a giant box of it on me a few months ago. Haven't been successful yet. I think it will become a cooking tea. It moves from...” Read full tasting note
“My local grocery store has Stash teas at $1.78 for 20 bags. Perhaps it's time to revisit Stash and hope that their other teas are better than their chocolate and vanilla ones. Since I know this one...” Read full tasting note
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Like everyone else this Green Tea is perfect for when you are on the go. I’ve tried steeping it in cooler water for a longer period of time before and I believe that gets the best results from this one, but sometimes it’s just the luck of the bag, as it does get bitter very fast if you are not careful.