i will never be without this. or the lychee oolong…. not ever.
I need to get some more of the lychee sometime
JustJames, That’s quite a recommendation for both teas!
For those of us who have not yet had the pleasure, what specific characteristics about The Black Lotus made it so enjoyable? Thanks!
looseTman! first i will give you this link: http://steepster.com/JustJames/posts/205447 which is my first review of this tea. =0)
candidly, this tea turns me into a ham… it is refined, it has depth and character unlike any other tea i have known (even the flavoured ones). a heavy dark base note, an almost playful green and a moderate malt note which persuades but does not kick. the malty tone that follows with bread dough while it is cooking; mild, warm, unobtrusive…. =0)
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