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Wow! This is the first time I have tried a white tea. I must say I am plesantly surprised! When I poured it out, at first I was scared I hadn’t steeped it long enough! But then I smelled it, and it smelled wonderful. The first taste is very floral and the lingering taste is very mildly green. I was disapointed in Canton’s Vietnamese Pu erh tea, but this more than makes up for it!

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Cofftea

I can say I’m not suprised about the Pu Erh. Pu Erh is supposed to be Chinese. That’d be kinda like making a matcha from a Chinese green tea.

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I can say I’m not suprised about the Pu Erh. Pu Erh is supposed to be Chinese. That’d be kinda like making a matcha from a Chinese green tea.

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I got started on tea when I got some loose leaf tea from my husband’s grandmother when she passed away. Before that, I would drink some Celestial Seasonings tisane rarely, and of course, Lipton’s Iced Tea (don’t shoot me!). Let me tell you, there is a huge difference between bagged tea and loose leaf tea. Now, given the choice, I will almost always choose a loose leaf tea over any other hot drink. If it is bagged tea, meh, give me coffee. But a nice loose leaf tea, allowed to unfold in the teapot….there is no comparison.

Real teas are my favorite, though I will try the occasional tisane (herbal tea) every now and then.

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