I really like this tea.

It has a really soft, gentle green tea base. I like the pear, I think it adds a tartness and a sweetness and it’s a flavour I haven’t had in tea very often. I love the smell and taste of the jasmine, too. This tea is really inviting, and while I don’t drink it often, when I think of green teas I always consider this tea.

The only problem I have is sometimes it tastes a little bitter (probably because I steeped it for too long, or the temperature of the water was too high) but it didn’t impact the tea too much and I find I can always drink this tea.

A really nice, mellow blend, and a welcome twist on the classic green tea.

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