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My boyfriend`s mom made us some of this rice tea when we were studying a few weeks ago. I had a major headache at the time, because hey, calculus may be fun, but it`s tough stuff. My boyfriend brought me a case of it the next time he came over. What a sweetheart! The tea is from the World Market, which is known for its exotic imports from around the world. The store is kind of pricey, but it`s great for occasionally getting some novelty grub. The toasted rice green tea comes in a metal tin of 50 tea bags. The teabags don`t have strings attached, so that`s a little inconvenience. The lack of strings does keep the container compact though. The first time I opened it, the tea bag at the very top leaped out of the tin and onto the carpet. So you either have to be fairly careful, which can be difficult because the top is in there pretty tightly, or open it over a clean surface. The tea itself is light, relative to jasmine green tea. I can barely taste the green tea, but the rice scent is obvious. If you love http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/elenathewise/elenathewise1009/elenathewise100900110/7776382-bowl-of-japanese-rice-and-seaweed-crackers-nori-maki.jpg, you will love this tea. It tastes like rice crackers, except it`s not salty. This isn`t one of those tea variations where you can leave the bag in for as long as you want. The green tea bitterness overtakes the rice fragrant after maybe ten minutes. So if you`re like me and you make a mug of tea before you head out the door every day, the lack of a string makes taking out the teabag very inconvenient. Overall, I think I`ll buy this tea again. I`ve had a cup every day since I got the tin (<3), so that`s about 8 days now, and I`m still not tired of it!
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