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drank Anhui Keemun by Adagio Teas
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My sense of taste is mostly back to normal so I figured this was as good a time as any to crack open my Adagio order. I sort of expected bigger leaves out of something touted as a high-quality tea, but I suppose size isn’t everything, lol. :D Dry, the leaves were black with flecks of gold but when they brewed they turned a light brown shade.

The flavours are bold and dramatic – bitter cocoa with a little bite that actual does resemble pepper a bit. There’s also a hints of tanins and smoke, something I’ve come to recognize as a characterstic of most Chinese black tea to one degree or another. The tea has a substantial, almost thick feel in the mouth and it lingers on the tongue, not letting you forget it.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec
gmathis

I’m thinking, with a description like that, Adagio should hire you to write their ad copy. Yum!

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gmathis

I’m thinking, with a description like that, Adagio should hire you to write their ad copy. Yum!

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