- Pack of two 4-ounce boxes (total of 8 ounces)
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I tried another purported “Iron Goddess” tea (Numi brand) and was disappointed with how wretchedly green and bitter it was (so much so, I obtained a refund because the product was NOT as described and I felt Numi made a fraudulent claim about the quality and flavor, especially in light of the very high price paid.)
SerendipiTea’s “Iron Goddess” is light, delicately scented (I catch a very subtle hint of clove, so far, on my 1st tasting), and subtly floral to me. It has hints of greeness, hay and grass flavors, but these are subtle. This is just my first cup from the 1st brewing (not brewed longer than 60 seconds to avoid bringing out bitterness), I have high expectations for the next cup from the same brew, which can be brewed up to 4 minutes (according to the package instructions.)
This may not be the very top shelf of the type, Ti Kuan Yin (Iron Goddess of Mercy) is usually very very expensive. But, for what it is, on the low price end, it’s a nice tea and very enjoyable. I am happy with the purchase.
Good tasting Oolong with a nice fragrance when steeping the tea.
I have used the leaves over and over to make tea. It has a pleasant fragrance upon steeping it with hot water. I’m happy with this tea. It was well worth the cost of it.