Review: SpecialTeas Vienna Winter Green

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Its OK"Nutty and sweet, but a bit strange-tasting... not particularly awful, but definitely not a repurchase."
Lea’s Teaview: 5/10
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specialteas-vienna-winter-g.jpgWith winter green in the title, I assumed outright this would be a mint tea (until I realized it was a green tea). Then I thought it'd taste more like a spicy herbal. This tea is neither. More than anything, it's a dessert tea.

It brews up very pale, with a one minute steep time. The aroma in the bag is very welcoming, smelling similar to butter cookies.

The taste overall is hard for me to describe. I can't really detect any individual flavors. For lack of better discription, this tea is nutty and sweet.

I do want to mention that my first cup of this was better than my second. At first, the flavor was enjoyable. As I had more of it, it became a strange, much more acquired taste.

For any other vegans out there, this tea isn't vegan. Even if it was, I wouldn't repurchase it. Its not an awful tea, I just personally don't like the flavor combination.

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