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A family member gave me this set, and I’ve been working to finish it, mostly by making cups of tea for other people. The mango flavor certainly smells authentic. The flavor is super mild, but it is a pretty authentic green mango. The black tea is so weak it might as well not even be there. The mango flavoring is nice, but I wish it were paired with a better base.
This was pretty good. The black tea was low quality, but I liked the bergamot they used. It was floral and tasty with milk. It was milder than some other EGs, but I still enjoyed it. I used most of the bags in an EG ice cream, and I wish I’d saved a few more since I don’t have a lot of other EG on my shelf right now.
Someone kindly gave me this collection of teas for Christmas, and I’m finally getting around to trying them. The almond flavor here is very marzipan-like. I enjoy the almond and vanilla flavors, but I don’t like the black base. It just tastes sort of weird and low quality.
My friends and family are bugging me about my tea collection.
They all say the same things; I have too much of it, I shouldn’t buy more of it and it’s all over the apartment.
So to ease them a little I have decided not to buy more tea before I: drink, give or throw away ALL my tea. (And of course wrote about all of them in steepster.)
I like this tea. It’s very much my first “love” tea.
There is a little (or none at all) tea in it, but it taste good enough for a beginner.
Liquorice is the main ingredient and I love liqorice. If I could roll in it and bath in it, without getting sick, I would.
…but not in tea.