0.75 tbsp for 375 ml
to leave a comment.
Vegetal tone. Medium-thick mouthfeel. Oceanic note. Sweetness in aftertaste. The aftertaste has a not reminding me of a milk oolong.
Thanks to Kittenna for sharing!
Good lemony flavour in the background which is a bit drowned out by the spices. Good combination with the black tea base.
Thanks to Kittenna for sharing with me!
A bit of an earthy-bitter tone in the flavour. Banana flavour in the background seems to be quite authentic.
Flavourful brew. I am definitely sensing some cucumber tones. Blends well with the mint flavour and nice slight black tea in the background.
1.5 tbsp for 375 ml
Light mouth-feel. Mild flavour. Floral-hay taste.
Second infusion at 4.5 minutes is creamy in flavour
Very mild flavour.
No notes yet.
Buttery oolong with delicate coconut flavour. Slight sweet floral note.
Thanks to Indigobloom for this tea!
1.5 tbsp for 375 ml
Flavours are a bit strong. Black tea is a bit too astringent for my taste. The berry flavouring in the tea tastes artificial and is overwhelming. I will try to infuse at a lower temperature for a shorter amount of time
try just under boiling for 2m45s
I’m recording those settings in my app for the next time I try my new tea! Thanks Sil!!
this also makes a really nice cold brew in summer…i started to prefer it that way after a while.
Is 5 tsp for about 13 oz typical for this tea?
I usually measure in tablespoons. Not sure how well it translates when you’re measuring out tea. I might try to back off to 1 tbsp next time as well. I generally assume that 1 tea spoon = 0.3 tablespoons. I prefer the tablespoon because I can’t seem to get those long white tea leaves to stay in such a tiny space.
Oh ok. I tend to be a bit of an overleafer anyway; I just wasn’t sure if mf called for several tsp in one cup or not…because you never know.
1 Tablespoon is roughly 3 tsps, depending on your tablespoon and your teaspoons..
I would say it’s significantly overleafed. If I was making it, I’d use one teaspoon for that amount of water and steep it only 2-3 minutes and less than boiling. I find in general that flavoured teas give me the best result if I make them the same temperature as I would an oolong, so it’s been ages since I’ve steeped a flavoured with boiling (on purpose).