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drank Ti Kuan Yin by Adagio Teas
104 tasting notes

I was intrigued by a green tea that steeps for 5 minutes in boiling water (usually reserved for black tea) but was pleasantly surprised by the results: A smooth, strong taste and aroma without a lot of the ‘grassy’ taste usually associated with green tea. The leaves themselves unroll as they steep, so the process is interesting as well. Definitely lives up to the hype that other reviews have given.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec
EvaPeva

Need to try this, had one from peets tea/coffee that I wasn’t too fond of. . . Ti Kuan Yin has a very unique flavor. . .maybe steeping it longer will do the trick!

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EvaPeva

Need to try this, had one from peets tea/coffee that I wasn’t too fond of. . . Ti Kuan Yin has a very unique flavor. . .maybe steeping it longer will do the trick!

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