drank Panyang Congou by Harney & Sons
1825 tasting notes

Ah, now I am back to this one as I am wont to drink my tea – plain. This has all the notes you expect to find in a Fujian black tea, but softer. A little roasty, the barest suggestion of smoke, a little nutty. I think for anyone who likes a Keemun for breakfast but they are wanting an afternoon tea or a soft and gentle wake up, this would be a good choice.

This is the final pot from my sample that I bought from Harney and Sons. I just saw the note where SimplyJenW mixed hers with Rose Scented and I am kicking myself for to trying it that way. I love their Rose tea mixed in with Queen Catherine and with Palm Court and I bet it would be delicious in this, also! I agree with Jen, I must always have Rose Scented on hand as a mix in!

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