drank Snow Dragon by Harney & Sons
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This is so light, I could easily mistake it for a white! The leaves are so long and light that I may have misjudged my leaf amount. It isn’t unpleasant, but I will say it is an extraordinarily subtle cup.

I steeped this for 2 1/2 minutes in 175 degree water. It is very smooth, not grassy or buttery, but perhaps lightly nutty. Like most of my friends! I think of golden fall fields and crisp leaves as I drink it. There is also the taste of melted frost, fresh and clean.

JacquelineM

I don’t know – I think I am a bit buttery myself! At least I ate enough butter since Thanksgiving through…now to be composed of at least 66% butter.

ashmanra

LOL! Well, I meant for only the “slightly nutty” part to apply to my friends! We aren’t grassy at all, but I hope we are pretty smoo-oo- th!

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JacquelineM

I don’t know – I think I am a bit buttery myself! At least I ate enough butter since Thanksgiving through…now to be composed of at least 66% butter.

ashmanra

LOL! Well, I meant for only the “slightly nutty” part to apply to my friends! We aren’t grassy at all, but I hope we are pretty smoo-oo- th!

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