The exceptionally soothing and flavorful character of Green Tea combines the best organic green tea leaves with our renowned Organic Ganoderma.
I am not as much of a tea drinker as I am coffee especially green tea but I do drink it from time to time. My mother in law swears by green tea for it's health benefits so she will often make me a green tea when I go to her house and although I am not a fan of the taste I will drink it.
This was the same as any other green tea in taste so I can't say I liked the taste all that much so it took me a while to sip the cup down unlike coffee which I can drink easily. Again there weren't any instructions on how to use the tea so I just left it in the cup to brew for a couple of minutes before drinking. It brewed really well giving the water a light colour and an intense green tea aroma.
I thought that for green tea it seemed really expensive so I personally wouldn't buy it myself. I might have to tell my mother in law about it though with the added benefits of the Ganoderma extract it might be right up her alley but definitely not for me unfortunately.
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