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a yummy tea! :) tastes like strong roses too :) though when brewed it smells a tad bit fishy but for some reason has no fishy taste :) maybe it should be aged more thus why the fishy smell. still a yummy tea. thank you to the staff at Yunnan sourcing and to Scott Wilson

Flavors: Earth, Rose

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec 5 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML
Indigobloom

If it smells fishy, give it a “rinse” first. Use slightly cooler water than you would for brewing, and just dunk it for 5 or 10 seconds. I find it helps

Indigobloom

(also, dump the rinse and then brew like you normally would)

Kirkoneill1988

i do rinse it :P but i don’t mind the fishiness ;)

Indigobloom

in that case, enjoy! :)

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Indigobloom

If it smells fishy, give it a “rinse” first. Use slightly cooler water than you would for brewing, and just dunk it for 5 or 10 seconds. I find it helps

Indigobloom

(also, dump the rinse and then brew like you normally would)

Kirkoneill1988

i do rinse it :P but i don’t mind the fishiness ;)

Indigobloom

in that case, enjoy! :)

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