While it seemed odd to be enjoying a tea called “Sunshine Reggae” in the dead of rainy winter, it was a welcome cup of green blending…even though I had no clue where the green tea was in the blend. Lemon (myrtle and -grass) dominated the taste, followed shorty by a spicy-citrus lean from the orange peels and ginger. I was thankful that the chamomile and ginger were understated. Overall, a solid botanical blend.

Full Review: http://www.teaviews.com/2011/02/08/review-tealish-sunshine-reggae/

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