Sample of the ~controversial~ Misty Peaks tea, courtesy *shezza*. Thank you. :)

She was lovely and measured out 7g for me, which made it super easy. 7g tea, 145-ish ml water.

This is actually better than I was expecting! Yes, a little bitter, very fresh and green tasting, but it’s a sweet green rather than a spinach/kale green. More like green grape skins, actually. I’m brewing it with the lid off, since it’s such a green tea. I don’t want to overheat it.

I do prefer the ridiculous honey notes of the moonlight cake that I have. So while I can enjoy this sample, it’s not something I’d ever consider buying – and not just because of the terrible marketing tactics. (And shezza, I’m actually drinking most of every cup tonight. :D )

Preparation
7 g 5 OZ / 140 ML
Cwyn

MP has really decent tea, they don’t need to resort to the craziness to sell it.

OMGsrsly

I totally agree. But now when I think of “Misty Peak” I just roll my eyes…

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Cwyn

MP has really decent tea, they don’t need to resort to the craziness to sell it.

OMGsrsly

I totally agree. But now when I think of “Misty Peak” I just roll my eyes…

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