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sample. i was curious how Vietnamese tea taste like. this one is nice mellow sweet and a little malty. if it would be blind testing i would say its blend of Assam and Dargeeling, but very muted. maybe if i let it steep longer it would be more flavorful but i didnt want to face bitter notes. i added condensed milk to the second cup and it was lovely dessert.

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pyarkaaloo

Condensed milk?? you know how to party! i invariably think of tres leches cake when i hear ‘condensed milk’…what a yummy, sinful, scrumptious delight! as for the tea…an Assam/Darjeeling mix sounds quite nice :)

boychik

i always have a can. i rarely add anything to my tea but sometimes i do. I really like Vietnamese coffee so wanted to try the same with tea

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dry leaves smell like dried persimmon. gaiwan quick rinse, 5 sec steeps. im afraid if it will go bitter. it does develop orchid notes, creamy. so far its delicious,smooth and sweet. im on my 3rd steep
Later on I decided to add tiny drop of agave syrup. Usually I don’t add any thing to my tea. It transformed into raw juicy sweet orange pepper

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Nice smooth shu, no earth taste. Clear dark amber color, very pleasant .

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drank Queen Catherine by Harney & Sons
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Nice Ceylon, made it for breakfast. We had bagels with lox and this tea was perfect for this.

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