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Yunnan Gold has been a tea staple for me over the past years. Smokey and peppery – nice kick to wake you up in the morning.
Best earl grey I have ever had. Stink your nose in the container; it smells fantastic!
White Monkey + thick bacon + sunny side up eggs + 12 grain buttered toast = WIN
A good quality white combined with a nice peach flavoring. Tasty and will certainly continue to drink, but nothing outstanding.
2nd infusion better than the first. More refreshing. Not gritty, thank God!
I’m finishing up this tea from my stash today. Will try multiple infusions. It’s tasting a little grassy and gritty so far…
My last cup of this was so plain! I don’t know what happened! Then again all my teas have been tasting so plain lately. I must be sick or something =/
This is a nice mellow tea today which I need because I seem to be highly stressed at the moment. I did notice I am getting low so I think I will only have one more go-around after this steep.
Fall is here…winter to soon follow…I’m NOT impressed. I already miss Summer…the warm weather…ahhhhh. At Least I still have my tea, right? Green Pekoe…OH how I enjoy a cup of you! I raise my mug to you!
! Drank some of this the other day.
Backlogging from yesterday LOVE this!
Steeped longer. Better than the first time I tried it. I like it oversteeped!
Typical Green Tea type color, scent, etc…a tad bit on the sweet side for a Green tea and not much of an aftertaste which I appreciate. It’s a little perfumy, grassy, but a nice cup! I like it!
This was the last tea I remember having. A friend introduced it to me and it’s awesome. It’s quite delicate. If you’re eating something with this, it had better be light as well.
I liked, but not on its own. I liked it better adding it to another tea, preferably a fruit-flavored tea.
Good stuff. Like drinking a peppermint patty.
Single cup, 2 raw sugar