drank Panyang Congou by Harney & Sons
1876 tasting notes

Not a bad tea, but it didn’t leap out at me. I am not in love with it, but I don’t hate it either. It was sweet enough to enjoy without adding sugar, and there are very light cocoa notes and definite honey notes. Drinking it side by side with Brigitte’s Blend, it just lacked shine. It wouldn’t be a bad tea to keep around to serve with food because it is neutral enough that it won’t steal the spotlight, but it won’t be a memorable part of the meal.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec
JacquelineM

Try it breakfast blend style with a little milk and sugar and see if you like it better :)

ashmanra

Will do!

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JacquelineM

Try it breakfast blend style with a little milk and sugar and see if you like it better :)

ashmanra

Will do!

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