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drank Cantaloupe Bai Mu Dan by 52teas
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Well I thought that this would be a great tea to cool off after a workout, I thought iced would be perfect with the flavor. This tea upon first sniff smells like alfalfa… hmmm not to sure about this! Once again the smell reminds me of home since I grew up on a farm where we grew alfalfa, but not sure I want to drink it!

I brewed this up and it was a very very pale light green liquor. The tea still smelled like alfalfa but now wet… not to appetitizing to me. First sip it is a very mellow tea, I mmostly taste the white tea which I do like but with just a bit of melon but the more towards the unripened melon. Not to sure about this.

After drinking the glass I decided that this tea was refreshing but not really sure I would buy it again. I really liked Frank’s Watermelon tea and was hoping that I would get that same juiceness but I didn’t get that from this tea.. maybe I need to mess around with time I steep.

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Uniquity

Let me know if you can make it rock. I, too, am uncertain about this and my pouch sits on the shelf waiting for me to give it another go.

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Uniquity

Let me know if you can make it rock. I, too, am uncertain about this and my pouch sits on the shelf waiting for me to give it another go.

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