10oz out of tea for one pot/mug.

Let’s be honest with each other here, this is not a pomegranate tea.
This is a green tea with apples and hibiscus, but it’s easy-drinking and tastes surprisingly good. My review is biased as this was in my tea cabinet at work, up for grabs.

The base is a nice green tea, something you might find at an Asian restaurant. If there is any bitterness in the green tea portion, it is immediately masked by crisp tart apple and biting hibiscus. And that’s where my review ends actually, same as the flavor it just falls a little flat after those notes.

That being said, if this lives in your work tea cabinet and you want a green tea fix that’s out of the norm, grab this instead of the Lipton.

I used to have a box of Ceylon apple tea with this same slightly-overpowering fruit flavor. Maybe chasing that feeling of a tea I enjoyed as a teenager skewed my rating.

Flavors: Apple, Hibiscus, Jam, Tart

190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 2 g 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I enjoy many tasty things in life. Getting back into tea as I am trying to wean off of coffee for regular consumption and maintain a more healthy lifestyle.

Also enjoyed are all of the historical implications of tea culture, and teas of the world.
Take a moment to meditate with a cup in hand, and our world will seem clearer when the last sip leaves your cup!

My rating system is in honor of K.S.

90-100 Stellar, to be displayed proudly if shared with guests. Or just a tea that hits its mark well.
80-90 I enjoy this tea a lot, would purchase and drink it. Fine if it lives in the pantry
70-80 Above Average, would drink it and probably still buy if the mood struck me.
50-70 Average, I would still drink it when available.
0-50 I don’t care for this tea, and have no desire to care for it.



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