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Tried a cup, for trial purposes, and went "huh."
Made a whole pot, for further trials, and went "huh."
Made my mother try some, and we stood around in the kitchen smacking our lips and sniffing the teapot going "huh."
Had some friends over, all of us split a pot, and we all went "huh." (Maggie went 'tastes like those candies my grandma would give me during church to keep me quiet' and then had another cup)
I have now run out, and I need to get some more.
It is minty, a little spicy, with a lingering sweet licorice aftertaste that rounds off with a peppery bite.
Will your four-year-old like it? No.
Will YOU like it? That's the wrong question - you will drink four pots of it and smack your lips and make all your friends try it and try in vain to find out what kind of candy Maggie's grandma kept in her pockets and debate whether anise and licorice root come from the same plant and you will try it with a bunch of different foods and decide it is probably better on its own and find yourself craving it during your evening commute even though you already have a five-dollar coffee you got from a roadside espresso stand. This tea is an experience.
This is one of the best jasmines I've had. I often avoid jasmine tea because the green tea gets oversteeped and bitter before the jasmine really comes through, and sometimes the jasmine oils are rough. In this one, the jasmine comes through gorgeously and smoothly before the green gets at all bitter.
This is a wonderful blend with a light and refreshing (not overpowering!) kick of citrus. I like to add a bit of honey for a little extra sweetness and it's lovely.
Love the lemon and citrus taste. Light and smooth. My only con is it smells kind of like citronella 🦟
If you love the flavor and taste of Jasmine, this is the tea for you! Will 100% buy again
Sweet Bee is a ‘thing’ - fragrant, slightly sweet but more floral - I just love it!
Definitely at the top of my tea list.