Another Stash tea, so it’s consistent, and while it’s not the cream of the crop, it’s very enjoyable. It makes the room smell amazingly yummy, so this is a favorite as far as aroma goes.
It has a fairly low astringency, even when left in the cup for over 5 minutes. It has a touch of cinnamon and clove, but not as much as Market Spice. Definitely needs no sweetener if strongly infused.
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