This tasted great with the warm Yerba Mate flavor nicely blended with a mellow Bergamot oil overtone. I found the green tea (sencha) & yerba mate was a nice twist on the traditional Earl Grey made with black tea.

I wasn’t quite sure how to steep it since it has more green tea than yerba mate. I wasn’t sure if I should limit the steeping time to 3 minutes or if I should steep it for longer as is more typical with yerba mate. I ended up steeping it for 8 minutes like I often do with yerba mate and it turned out good.

Flavors: Bergamot

185 °F / 85 °C 8 min or more 2 tsp 11 OZ / 325 ML

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I just recently got into tea (fall of 2015).

I love trying many types of tea. So far I have tried many Black, Oolong, Green and White teas as well as Yerba Mate, Rooibos, Honey Bush, Chamomile, Mint and fruit teas. I have liked good teas in almost every category. I don’t go for overly bitter/astringent, tart, or sweet teas and I never add milk/cream, sugar or other sweeteners to my tea.

Even though I have many excellent teas I always want to try a new one just to see what it tastes like and if I like it even better than my current favorites. Eventually I will focus more on drinking my favorites rather than always trying a different type of tea.


85+ Excellent and I will definitely repurchase soon so I don’t run out.

75-84 Really good and I will probably buy it again.

65-74 Good and I might buy it again but on the other hand maybe I won’t repurchase.

50-64 OK and I might finish the box.

1-49 Really did not like it at all. I probably dumped out the rest of the cup for the teas on the lower end of this range.

I am only doing one review per tea. If I drink it multiple times and my opinion changes then I will go back and update my rating and tasting notes.



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