Review: SerendipiTea Namaste

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Shelly’s Teaview Snapshot
Thumbs up!"A higher-quality black tea with an almost nutty taste... I very much enjoyed this blend, though there wasn't any particular "wow" element to it."
Shelly’s Teaview: 7/10
Other Teaviews: Vanessa gave it 6.5/10
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serendipitea-namaste.jpgIn Hindu, Namaste means “no problem”. In fact, it's a saying used commonly at the end of a yoga session so it would be a good gift for a yoga instructor. It would be a good gift for anyone who likes tea or is interested in tea. That is because it is easy to drink much like Lipton. It tasted very similar to Lipton.

The leaves are fairly long and unremarkable. When brewed, it is not a problem to leave them in your pot longer than usual. A good quality about this tea is that it never went to the bitter side. When I first sipped it, I thought I detected a fairly nutty taste that was distinct to this black tea. However, it immediately escaped me and the rest of the tea was very good and very basic. I have no doubt I could gulp this tea down by the gallons hot or iced. It is very good. Since it is a little expensive, it probably won't be a repurchase for me. Being the discerning and gourmet tea lover I am, I would just as soon buy a 99¢ box of Lipton and enjoy it just the same. I am not that picky because I like almost all tea.

Lastly, someone looking to get into loose tea and fancier tea would greatly benefit from Namaste. It could be considered a step up from bagged tea and on your way to drinking, say, bird's nest tea. All in all, it was really good but nothing new.

— To purchase SerendipiTea Namaste, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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