Thank-you QuiltGuppy for this sample.

First off, I am so happy that I reviewed how to heat of the water to steep green teas, because I know that scorched leaves would really suck with this tea.

I could smell the fruitiness of the leaves as soon as the pouch was opened, and decided that despite the time I would have a cup of this.

I agree with QuiltGuppy the fruit scent is still there once steeped, but the taste is just green tea, or sencha, or the like. I am not familiar enough with the varying flavours of green teas, but I will admit this was tasty.

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I love to read and what goes better with reading than a hot cup of tea on rainy winter nights and an ice-cold tea on a hot summers day?

I used to drink copious amounts of coffee but that was just a joke, because I never drank enough water to flush out that one cup of coffee (32oz of water to 8oz of coffee?!?) and the variety in tea gives me what I need – it is not often I will drink the same thing twice.

Tea is defiantly more gentle on the waistline… Espcially since when I crave apple pie I can reach for a cup of “Mom’s Apple pie” or if I want caramel corn for my movie night, I just have to brew a cup of “Movie Night”…

I definitely have a preference for Oolongs, flavoured Blacks and a select number of flavoured Rooibos.

I love you tea, this can only get better as the extra weight continues to tapper off!

Oh, did I mention I am a reader, a childcare worker, a teacher, a friend, a sister and so many other things in a day?


Victoria, B.C.



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