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drank Mi Lan Dan Cong by Canton Tea Co
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Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Rijje

I can’t wait to my sampleset arrives!

Ricky

Samplers are so much fun! More companies have to jump on board and start producing sampler packs.

Rijje

…every company should have samplers (and cute sampler tins!)

Ricky

Instead of plastic / foil baggies?

Yeah, only company that packs sampler tins I can think of is Adagio.

Cofftea

Actually as a person who has almost exclusively sample sizes (2oz and smaller), while cute is attractive, I’d rather have resealable opaque bags. Those tins are just too cumbersome to store when you have as many as I do! lol. But then again most people probably don’t have as many as I do lol.

Paul M Tracy

I should just sign off Steepster until I can get to my Canton sampler pack. (It’s sitting on my office desk while I’m away.) The tea-envy is getting to me.

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Okay…it’s been a HELLISH Day! So…in short with more reviews later…
DRY smells like fresh cut zucchini and once infused smells like a mellow green or white tea. Taste is REALLY yummy…

COOL (eventho I am drinking HOT), Cucumber-like, nutty, crisp, clean, delightful!!!!

Cofftea

Cucumber and nutty… what an odd combo!

TeaEqualsBliss

Odd is GOOD

LOL

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87

Yummy, Fruity (but no actual fruit), Mouth-watering Goodness! Upping the rating and share with friends…see my previous reviews!

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87

Floral and honey notes, certainly! But what I also find interesting about this is…the scent. The scent reminds me of being out in nature…like in the middle of the woods or even on a beach…those familiar nature-smells! Then when you taste it…it’s not really what you expect…altho even more pleasant. There is a soothing and lingering yummy aftertaste, too!

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80

Even better than I remember. Very intense flavor.

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80

Enjoyable. Strong honey notes. I prefer Canton Tea Co’s Magnolia Blossom Dan Cong, however, this tea may be more accessible.

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Boiling 0 min, 45 sec

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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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100

Simply exquisite. Sweet, with a bit of a tingly “shocker” in the finish. I am overwhelmed by this tea.

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100

Still working with this tea, but it already seems remarkable.

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86

Creamy, Tangy, and a little semi-sweet grassy type taste. Light and Clean. Very nice!

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76

My cup today is the first from my new Yixing pot, which I seasoned overnight. I still think that clay is the best material for brewing Chinese and Taiwanese teas.

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76

Not as rich as I would like to be, but decent so far. Will try more.

Cofftea

A Vietnamese Pu Erh? Odd.

Lainie Petersen

It is odd. Good for my tummy, though.

Cofftea

The odd intrigues me and I’d normally be on that like white on rice (Asian pun intented lol), but I’m not a shu fan.

Lainie Petersen

I can drink either shu or sheng, but find that shu is really good at calming a tummyache.

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86

Still yummy. Good for multiple infusions, too. Tiny glass gong fu teapot works well. (100ML)

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86

I prepared this with a little more leaf, and nutty/creamy notes emerge. Nice.

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84

perfect tea to end my weekend at the beach with ;)

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96
drank Jasmine Pearls by Canton Tea Co
132 tasting notes

I received this lovely tea from TeaEqualsBliss; I was really excited to try it since I am a jasmine pearl lover. I used 1 tsp of pearls per 8oz of water and steeped for about 3mins and then let cool for about 15mins before I enjoyed my cup. The jasmine flavoring was authentic tasting and sweet, the silver needles made for a very clean, yet very slightly grassy tasting tea. Very well done and I can’t wait to try a second cup blended with a peach white tea, I have a feeling that with be DELISH with these pearls!

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