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The tea steeps up to a reddish brown liquid that has a rich aroma, with the black tea scent coming through. However, the flavor is much more delicate, with a slight tang. If you like Earl Grey and lavender, give this tea a try. If you prefer to actually taste tea when you drink it, this one will disappoint. It does work fairly well with a bit of milk and sweetener, though.
Overall, I’d rather have the Lavender Butterfly green tea from The English Tea Store.
(Review to be posted tomorrow.)
Disclaimer: This tea was provided by the company named. However, the rating of the tea and any opinions concerning it are always strictly objective.