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drank Snow Dragon by Golden Moon Tea
18 tasting notes

When I first read the instructions for brewing this tea, I thought it was crazy. Boiling hot water for 15 seconds on green tea? Sounds like it would taste like nothing with an aftertaste of bitter. Boy, was I surprised.

I took a leap of faith and brewed this according to instructions, and it was delicious. The brew itself was the palest jade green, and the taste is vegetal, light, refreshing, and with just a hint of sweet. It is very smooth and not in the least bit bitter, and it tastes just as lovely even after multiple steepings (my record so far with one batch of leaves is 4; unfortunately it got knocked over into the sink!)

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 15 sec
ScottTeaMan

I love a good snow dragon tea.

Kalasin

I’ve never had one before, and so this is a very delicious first intro. I might be ruined for all future Snow Dragons!

ScottTeaMan

Maybe you wont be! :))

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ScottTeaMan

I love a good snow dragon tea.

Kalasin

I’ve never had one before, and so this is a very delicious first intro. I might be ruined for all future Snow Dragons!

ScottTeaMan

Maybe you wont be! :))

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I have been drinking tea for almost as long as I could hold a cup with a handle. I blame this on my British expat parents, who also gave me an entire catalogue of culturally irrelevant reference points in which to confuse the world at large.

I drink almost strictly loose leaf, but the odd tea bag will cross my path due to well-intentioned in-laws and the like. I admit to a sad penchant for flavoured blacks, while aspiring to like more traditional unflavoured te …. oooh, vanilla.

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