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This is one of Bird & Blend’s store-inspired blends. I ordered the full sampler pack of these because at least 5 of them sounded quite good, so I figured might as well try them all!

This is a nice lemony herbal-tasting tea. The lemon is very herbaceous, as it comes from lemon verbena and lemon myrtle. I’m not sure I can distinguish between the two. I can taste the yerba maté just a bit, and it gives a nice earthy note. I definitely cannot taste the green tea. I wish there was more ginseng here, as I generally enjoy ginseng in tea.

I must say, I’m pleased that they didn’t add ginger to this tea. Too often, lemony teas have ginger in them, and I’m not really a fan.

My issue with this is that it tastes like an herbal blend, and it’s not. I would be most likely to drink something like this in the evening, but with the high-caffeine yerba maté that’s not a great idea.

Flavors: Earth, Herbaceous, Lemon, Smooth, Sweet

175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

Maybe for a summer morning?

Cameron B.

I could potentially see it as an after-lunch tea? But I’m not sure I’d stock it just for that.

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Maybe for a summer morning?

Cameron B.

I could potentially see it as an after-lunch tea? But I’m not sure I’d stock it just for that.

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Hi, I’m Cameron!

I’m a 30-something software engineer currently living in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two pugs, Gobo and Ume. I tend to cycle between my different hobbies, and they include piano, knitting, video games, board games, miniature painting, planners, bento, KBeauty, and – of course – TEA! But really, what I’m best at is “collecting” hobby-related things… ;)

- May Sipdowns: 20
- Total 2024 Sipdowns: 33

I prefer my tea lukewarm or at room temperature and without milk or sugar. I steep Western style, and fluctuate between using big mugs or small teapots depending on the season.

I am always up for a swap! Just let me know if you’d like to try something in my cupboard.

Tea Preferences:
I enjoy both flavored and unflavored teas in many forms. These days, I drink mostly flavored teas, and I tend to gravitate most toward black, green, oolong, and herbal varieties. I do have a special fondness for straight Japanese green teas, however.

I do not sweeten my teas, and pre-sweetened teas are usually too sweet for me. I also do not enjoy stevia.

I tend to reach for fruitier flavors rather than desserty ones these days, but I do have favorites from both categories. Willing to try anything once! There are a few ingredients/flavors that aren’t generally my jam, such as coconut, rose, lavender, and chocolate flavoring. But I also have teas that I love with some of those things, too! :)

Favorite Companies:
3 Leaf
Bird & Blend
Dammann Frères
Harney & Sons
Kyoto Obubu Tea Farms
Old Barrel Tea Co
Simpson & Vail
Taiwan Tea Crafts

Tea Rating Scale:
90-100: Outstanding! Permanent cupboard resident
80-89: Great – a possible staple
70-79: Good, but I wouldn’t buy it
60-69: It’s decent
50-59: Meh… I may or may not have finished the cup
40-49: Ick. Couldn’t finish it.
00-39: Repulsive, I spat it out

I will sometimes refrain from rating a tea if I feel I’m too biased due to my personal dislikes, or if I suspect the sample has been compromised by age or scent contamination.

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