My grandmother gave me a few bags of this one last time I visited her and told me she loves it so I tried it. I couldn’t really taste the green tea, I suppose it serves more as a base for the flavours, but I didn’t mind because the orange-ginger combination works well together. It’s a really warm flavour and as an after-dinner treat it’s pretty nice. I don’t think I’ll be buying it again since the same brand also sells unflavoured green tea, but it’s a nice tea to end the day after a heavy dinner.

Flavors: Ginger, Orange

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 7 OZ / 200 ML

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I got into tea-tasting in the summer of 2018 – before that I enjoyed tea without really thinking about it.
I like: Lapsang Souchong, that cheap Earl Grey in the morning, and teas that don’t pretend to be better than they are.
I don’t like: aromas used to hide poor quality, clearly overpriced tea, colonialist aesthetics.

I’m quite fond of a few Dammann Frères blends and I’m obsessed with Fortnum and Mason’s Lapsang.

Hit me up for tea shop recs in Alsace (France)!

My ratings:
100-90: I’m in love and drinking this forever
89-70: very good tea, will gladly drink again
69-50: pretty okay, might drink again
49-30: not convincing, probably won’t drink again
below 30: won’t drink again and do not recommend

Current obsessions: Autumn Tea, Fortnum & Mason



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