The first thing to note about this tea is the smell, it has a very strong – don’t even have to open the bag to sniff – aroma that is also very unique. (I went around my office asking co-workers to smell it :P) It definitely has a sweetness to it but I can’t pinpoint what else – maybe caramel or/and fruit?

It brews to be a light green tea with a subtle aroma. The taste can also be described as smooth with a soft unique/interesting flavor that it really hard to place. When I tried it yesterday, I was thinking maybe peach? One co-worker thought maybe milk and vanilla, one just said it needed sugar, and another also couldn’t place it. I tried it again today and still can’t place it. :-/

It re-steeps well – holding onto some flavor and not getting bitter.

Because of its uniqueness, I will recommend giving it a shot (it’s different) but I would not buy it again (too confusing). I might play with mixing the rest of what I have with some of my other teas and see what I end up with. .

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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Started drinking tea about 7 (?) years ago and now can’t go a day without some tea. I’ve turned several co-workers into tea-holics also – it’s contiguous :D

There is a wide range of teas I like – usually the only tea I’ll turn down are the fruity ones. I’m a bit lazy with my tea prep and usually just wing it – turns out well most times. :P



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