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apologies in advance: i maybe be somewhat foggy as i am only 2 days post op. (ie: there may be more spelling mistakes than usual).

this is a striking tea. after my steep time had expired the first thing i noticed was colour… the tea is milky, pale, not deep in colour. hmmm.

the next thing i noticed was the smell: it doesn’t smell like tea! it smells like fall, and for me it smells like memory. when i was young i remember my mother showing us how to press flowers and leaves in books… i remember finding those pressed items years after i’d forgotten them. a dry, warm, flowery smell. that is how this tea smells.

the taste absolutely embraces the autumnal spectrum. it is light, flowery, and pure enough that (as i frequently do with verdant) i do not add milk or sugar.

excellent.

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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 30 sec
TheTeaFairy

I’m a fan of notes and memories…I find it is sometimes the best way to describe a tea that has a «feel» rather than a distinct characteristic.

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I’m a fan of notes and memories…I find it is sometimes the best way to describe a tea that has a «feel» rather than a distinct characteristic.

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