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drank Pai Mu Tan by Luka Te m.m.
1573 tasting notes

This tea has great staying power – I had a cup last night and two more today and the leaves kept that same nutty, and sweetly-greenish flavour throughout. I image I could get at least another couple steeps out of these leaves if I were so inclined.

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170 °F / 76 °C
Angrboda

I had a O.o moment there… I forgot I’d sent you some. I was sitting here pondering what the odds were of two shops on two continents having the same name. LOL!

Jillian

LOL! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about this tea – I think you sent it to me last autumn(?) so it’s understandable that you’d forget I had it. :D

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Angrboda

I had a O.o moment there… I forgot I’d sent you some. I was sitting here pondering what the odds were of two shops on two continents having the same name. LOL!

Jillian

LOL! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about this tea – I think you sent it to me last autumn(?) so it’s understandable that you’d forget I had it. :D

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