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drank Apricot Green by Adagio Teas
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This just tasted more like regular green tea than apricot green tea. I ordered a sample to try and get myself to like green teas, but I was still put off by the overwhelming grassy taste. If the apricot flavor had been more present it might have been better.

Cofftea

I agree. I got just enough for a cup on a tea swap so I couldn’t tweak my steeping parameters, but I’ve tried steeping 2 flavored greens (Den’s Tea’s apple sencha and Adagio’s artichoke green) using the ratio of 4.5tsp of leaf steeped in 6oz of 160 degree water for for 1.5min and had really good luck w/ both of them so I think I’m going to buy myself a full sample to try steeping this one the same way.

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Cofftea

I agree. I got just enough for a cup on a tea swap so I couldn’t tweak my steeping parameters, but I’ve tried steeping 2 flavored greens (Den’s Tea’s apple sencha and Adagio’s artichoke green) using the ratio of 4.5tsp of leaf steeped in 6oz of 160 degree water for for 1.5min and had really good luck w/ both of them so I think I’m going to buy myself a full sample to try steeping this one the same way.

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