Woohoo! So I’m the first to actually review this one it seems:)

This tea actually tastes pretty good. The dry leaves smell warm and woody. Once brewed it smells woody as well. It tastes like some kind of nut…it reminds me of autumn. I can’t put my finger on the flavor…it’s not banana bread or the melon…perhaps it’s the acorn squash? Yes…I say it’s definitely a squash flavor profile on this first steeping…thank goodness I like squash lol! It’s very unique and comforting. I’ll update with follow up steepings.

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I live in Boise, Idaho…home of the Boise State Broncos:) I’m a newbie to the tea scene and trying to get my hands on various kinds of tea to try them all. I enjoy reading, listening to music, and watching various television shows.
My current TV obsession is Parks and Recreation:-D I also love The Middle, Modern Family, Simpsons, The Neighbors, Vampire Diaries, and Game of Thrones.

My Steepster rating details ….

75-100 : Pretty awesome stuff, will pursue many a cup.

50-75 : Decent, will brew more in the future just not all the time

25-50 : Ehhh…Doesn’t really stand out, probably won’t pursue another cup unless I have to use up the supply.

1-25 : UGH! Won’t drink again. Enough said.

I seem to be a harsh critic when it comes to tea tasting it seems! A tea that has gotten rave reviews doesn’t seem to suit me. I just have to keep trying everything out there to find out what does! Thanks for all your insight Steepsters!



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