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Not such a fan of this one – I find it to be a bit too buttery, I prefer the liquor to be a little less thick.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec
takgoti

That’s funny. The qualities you don’t like in it make it sound like a tea I could get along with well.

bonnievantastic

I enjoy the two qualities on their own, but I found it a little off-puuting here, like it was fermented after brewing or something. I don;t know, that makes it sound awful. Maybe a better comparison is like you would probably not enjoy a whole glass of dulce de leche but a spoonful is lovely. Ya, like that.
This one is not far off from the feeling I get from thw quanzou milk oolong.

takgoti

Haha, I see. Well put.

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takgoti

That’s funny. The qualities you don’t like in it make it sound like a tea I could get along with well.

bonnievantastic

I enjoy the two qualities on their own, but I found it a little off-puuting here, like it was fermented after brewing or something. I don;t know, that makes it sound awful. Maybe a better comparison is like you would probably not enjoy a whole glass of dulce de leche but a spoonful is lovely. Ya, like that.
This one is not far off from the feeling I get from thw quanzou milk oolong.

takgoti

Haha, I see. Well put.

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