I was a bit surprised by those who said that the apple was faint. I liked it precisely because it did not overtake the tea itself, which was very well rounded, slightly fruity and a bit astringent. The coriander made a nice grace note to the apple, and the aroma was heavenly from beginning to end. My wife also liked this tea very much. Glad to have it in my cupboard. It will be a very nice addition.

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I am obsessed with tea, but refuse to be a “tea snob”. That does not mean that I am not picky about my tea, just that I think the arrogance of some tea drinkers is ridiculous and off-putting.

My favourite teas currently are: China Black Gunpowder, Pouchongs, Good old Brodies Royal Scottish Tea, and Martha’s hope first flush darjeeling.



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