A concise version of my opinions on this tea is here:
The original draft of that review involved me saying that the tea smelled kind of rustic. Like a barn. Not a YUCKY, UNCLEAN barn. Just a kind of hay/wood smell. And then I went off on a tangent about my aunt and uncle’s sheep, which I will offer up now:
“My aunt and uncle had two sheep, a black one and a white one. They weren’t for eating. They were big pets.
They were two females — or so we thought.
After shearing the sheep one year, they noticed that one of them had a VERY strange-looking undercarriage. There was something, um, bumpy under the lady business. They were vets, so they knew what they were looking at, but called in another vet to verify.
One of the sheep was a hermaprodite. They had to castrate their ewe. That sheep (which had had an attitude problem) became very docile afterwards.
I was really into those sheep. I once climbed an electrified fence so I could get to them.
I was a stupid child. It’s a miracle I lived long enough to review this tea."
As you can see, that entire tangent had nothing to do with the tea. But now you have a better idea about the type of person I am.
Flavors: Cinnamon, Hay, Orange, Spices, Wood