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8 Tasting Notes

64

Much gentler than Earl grey it’s the same idea. I find it pleasently soothing wheras Earl Grey is a bit strong most of the time.

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 30 sec

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83

Been a while since I’ve had this but remember it as a very fine oolong. Delicate but complex.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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drank Red Label by Sainsbury's
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It’s another teabag work tea. Hot liquis and brown – definetly needs milk, but otherwise acceptable. It’s good that a main brand supermarket tea has gone FairTrade.

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75

Very nice – surprisingly chocolaty without being sweet in any way.

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Lovely. Very earthy flavour from the PuErh but the citrus overtones keep it all delicate and extremely refreshing.

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75

Lovely. Relaxing after dinner pot.

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drank Gold by Yorkshire
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At home when I’m feelnig way to lazy to drink proper tea and just need somethign hot brown and fast, with milk a necessity. No sugar.

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drank Tetley Tea Bag by Tetley
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It’s what I drink at work – acceptable. Milk a necessity and no sugar.

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I cave, bike, read and drink tea!

I spend far too much time on LibraryThing where I ran across this little gem:

The Tea Party

I had a little tea party
This afternoon at three.
’Twas very small-
Three guest in all-
Just I, myself and me.

Myself ate all the sandwiches,
While I drank up the tea;
’Twas also I who ate the pie
And passed the cake to me.

~Jessica Nelson North

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Manchester, UK

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