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41 Tasting Notes

49

Tasted a bit of nutmeg in this tea. It is a pleasant tea, but seemed a little bit one dimensional. Maybe I’ll try to brew for a bit longer next time as the previous reviewer suggested. I brewed for only three minutes.

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89

Wonderful toasty, nutty, almost an undertone of brown rice. It has a lot of depth and personality. This is definitely a winner.

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78

This tea did not have as much fresh lemon flavour as I would have liked, however it was a decent tea. I think it would be good iced.

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74

Full-flavoured, nice colour. My wife, being a big Ceylon fan liked it better than I did, though it was pleasant enough. Well rounded, classically astringent and very drinkable.

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77

This was a very refreshing tea. The mrytle was a bit more than was strictly required, but was not so out of balance that it destroyed the tea. In general it was a nice well-rounded cup.

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81

Beautiful high quality oolong. Wonderful peachy flavours and light on the palate

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I am obsessed with tea, but refuse to be a “tea snob”. That does not mean that I am not picky about my tea, just that I think the arrogance of some tea drinkers is ridiculous and off-putting.

My favourite teas currently are: China Black Gunpowder, Pouchongs, Good old Brodies Royal Scottish Tea, and Martha’s hope first flush darjeeling.

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