East Pacific Tea Co.
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Recent Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Scent – Lima Beans!? :)
These leaves seem to be having the hardest time opening…but…that means multiple infusion attempts for me! Woot!
I guess I can smell the citrus comparison…I wouldn’t say it was the actual “fruit part of the fruit” but maybe moreso the peel!? That type of smell…sure!
This is extremely tasty! It might be hard to describe as to why I think it’s tasty, but it’s TASTY…here’s my best attempt at explaining it, however…
It’s incredibly juicy and sweet and the more I sip the more of a citrus type thought I have…like the mouthwatering juiciness from a super fresh tangerine or that perfect orange, even…no clementine or tangelo! Now I’m not saying it TASTES like citrus flavored oolong – it mostly reminds me of the juiciness and the more I taste the juicy type taste the more I think of a tangelo or clementine. Like I said…hard to explain, I guess. It’s very sweet and natural and clean. I like this very VERY very much. And the more I sit here sipping the more I like it!
This has to be one of the lightest weight teas I have ever tried! Very little to no scent but these leaves look so cool! They are little hairy, fluffy sprigs of gray/snowy white needle-like thingies! Once wet – they turn a greenish-grayish-brown. The liquid post infusion is light brown. It tastes earthy but not quite woodsy and not quite floral. It has a sweeter ending and almost acts like a malty-wanna be…pretty neat for a white, indeed!