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This is just as discribed. I found the color once steeped to be very light. It was barely colored at all. Shockingly though there was definately flavor there. It was delicate, green, fresh, and just a touch nutty.

Although, it is good I like teas that are a touch more robust in flavor, even my greens. So perhaps I will fiddle a bit more with leaf quantity and steep times until I find what’s perfect for me.

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175 °F / 79 °C
teaNsympathy

just came across your post on cold brewing from a few months back. Been looking for a comprehensive guide, one that I would be incapable of messing up! Thanks so much for the thorough report!

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just came across your post on cold brewing from a few months back. Been looking for a comprehensive guide, one that I would be incapable of messing up! Thanks so much for the thorough report!

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