I had to try this, just for the Amon Tobin reference. Never had guayusa before, though.

The color of the tea steeped amused me. It’s a murky green, and it’s the first time I’ve noticed that color when brewing tea. Pleasant taste, though. I tasted the vanilla first, followed by the lavendar and spearmint. The flavors are balanced in terms of prominance, though. For each sip, the order of herbs I tasted could change pretty easily. I like that in a tea.

It does pack a punch, though. But a relaxing punch, even if that’s contradictory; a refreshing energy boost.

Very smooth blend. No bitterness whatsoever.

Boiling 6 min, 15 sec

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Digital design student. 28 years old and living in Ohio. Recently taking tea tasting outside of the grocery store aisle, and out into the wide world of tea.

75-100: Would restock
50-75: Would revisit
25-50: Alright but meh
01-25: Nope

My ratings have no real system for the moment, so only take them as a rough estimate. The higher the number, the more likely I am to restock, However, some teas I may find very nicely blended, but enough not to my taste to restock.

Favorite teas:
Candy Cane Lane Celestial Seasonings



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