Oh dear. Another exchanged tea bag in Prague. Apparently it should be for brewing as iced tea, but I brewed it conventional. Any information about this tea is so hard to find.

But I have found at least an image of the box. Inside foil wrapper there is a pyramid sachet. With dust of green tea and some white spots. Wonder what those are?

Found out. Maybe it is natural flavouring of mint (oh really?), why they did not used mint itself? Oh well. Or, steviol glycosides, which means it will be terrible sweet, moreover after stevia. I do not have problem with stevia, but it must be used reasonably.

Brews awful yellow-green colour, very cloudy and something is floating in. Pyramid sachet used just “because it’s modern” I think, because, as I said, it is tea dust there.

Aroma of cough syrup is not appealing. Artificial mint. When I took a gulp, I thought that I will throw it back. Bleeh. So artificial, so sweet. No, I can not even finish the cup. For a first time!

Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Medicinal, Mint, Sweet

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 300 ML

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