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drank Pear Oolong by Tealeaves
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The first steep is very light with flowery notes like what I’d expect from the first steeping of a green oolong like this. The pear flavour is quite subtle but it doesn’t taste particularly fake or out of place with the other flavours in my cup.

The second steeping (@ 4:30) has more flavour and I can taste more pear in the tea. The whole thing has more body but it’s still a relatively light tea. It might be something that would be nice and refreshing to have iced in the summertime. *wishes it was summertime *

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec
gmathis

Amen on the summertime vibe. (Remind me I said that when Southwest Missouri is sweltering in 100+ heat come July.)

Jillian

Me too, it gets up to +40C here in the summer – but all that seems unbelievably far away when I’m huddled under a blanket listening to the wind howl outside.

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gmathis

Amen on the summertime vibe. (Remind me I said that when Southwest Missouri is sweltering in 100+ heat come July.)

Jillian

Me too, it gets up to +40C here in the summer – but all that seems unbelievably far away when I’m huddled under a blanket listening to the wind howl outside.

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