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There are little chocolate chips in this blend, along with marigold petals and apricot flavoring. This tea seems to get bitter really fast. Boiling water + 1 minute and it’s got a bite. I’ll have to try a lower temperature.
Add milk and honey and this is a real treat. It calms the bitterness and brings out the sweetness of the tea.
Another MandyB Tea! Thanks again! You totally made my day yesterday!!! I have been looking online for this tea and am having a hard time finding info on it…maybe they are no longer carrying it!? Not sure…
BUT…I am enjoying it just fine! It’s light brown in color and a little bitter but in a good way! Pretty bold. Perfect way to start the day!
Wow – this was supremely smoky and I couldn’t take but a few sips. To be fair, I’m sick right now, so that may explain my aversion. (Stuffed up nose + smoky fire wood = Sad panda) Not sure if I’d try another Lapsang Souchong… Who knows. I really thought I’d like this one.
Dry Leaf: Smells like Flowers and Pop Corn
Wet Leaf: Floral and Vegetal
Liquid: Looks like a green on the verge of white tea color-wise, smells like flowers
Taste: light and fluffy. Floral and semi-sweet.
Would be good for multiple infusions. I will be trying that today. This is a delightful tea.
Backlog: Love this tea! It’s so unique and tastes delicious. Whenever I want “green”, I get some of this. Read my review: http://mandybee.wordpress.com/2009/01/16/kokeicha-from-tantalizing-tea/