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drank Four Seasons by Makers Tea
506 tasting notes

Dry leaf smells primarily like a vegetal, sweet green tea. There are hints of milk oolong as well.

I used 1 tablespoon of leaf for 0.8 of my aquaovo tumbler.

The brewed liquor has a sweet floral scent with a hint of something I would describe as “higher up” (for some reason I feel compelled to describe it as that) in the smell that reminds me of metal or copper scent. I am also getting a smell that reminds me of my aunt’s house; reminiscent of her perfume.

On the first sip, the green flavour is not on the forefront. I am getting that floral-perfume-like taste, as described earlier in the scent, on the periphery (sides) of my tongue. Reminiscent of a milk oolong. Creamy on the sip which fades throughout until the end. Sweetness crescendos up to the middle of the sip and then fades out. The taste ends with an unfortunately slight bitter tinge which turns more into a roasted note as the tea cools. The floral-sweet is strongly present in the after-taste.

The second infusion takes on a more typical vegetal green tea flavour. Prominent buttery notes. Floral taste is still present in the background and after-taste.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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