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Drank my sampler of this boiling hot, and quite quickly. I had enough to steep in 200 ml.
Don’t take my word for it as I have a cold, but the dry leaves ressemble that of black tea, the liquor green, the smell oolong, and the taste is a nice wrap-up of the all the aforementioned. More precisely an astringent black, combining the grassiness of green and the thickness of oolong. Also, is it weird that I find this fruity?

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
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I’ve heard strawberry and mulberry before for fruitiness. I find this to be a very unusual tea. It can be brewed at multiple temperatures and times and seems to take on the qualities of a green, black or oolong depending on how it is brewed. I highly recommend experimenting with different brewing styles.

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Butiki Teas

I’ve heard strawberry and mulberry before for fruitiness. I find this to be a very unusual tea. It can be brewed at multiple temperatures and times and seems to take on the qualities of a green, black or oolong depending on how it is brewed. I highly recommend experimenting with different brewing styles.

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