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drank Pi Lo Chun by Adagio Teas
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After enjoying some more exotic green teas from the Adagio green tea sampler I was pleasantly surprised and delighted by the taste of this Pi Lo Chun. With a wonderfully smooth and mild body this tea offers a fantastic substitution for those of us looking to broaden our green tea palette. Nuances are the key to good taste and this tea isn’t lacking in exploration. A hint of saltiness compliments the classic green tea grassiness, a near perfect compliment. This tea’s character is one of full flavor that tappers off to a soft aftertaste that isn’t found in other delicate greens. Enjoy! Try a second steep for sure

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

I’ve heard this tastes like seaweed, which I love. This’ll be the next green I try.

Eric Walter

I didn’t really taste the seaweed… however I’ve never tasted it before.

Seth Collins

Hmm, I don’t remember tasting any seaweed. Now I’m going to have to go back and see if I can, haha.

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Cofftea

I’ve heard this tastes like seaweed, which I love. This’ll be the next green I try.

Eric Walter

I didn’t really taste the seaweed… however I’ve never tasted it before.

Seth Collins

Hmm, I don’t remember tasting any seaweed. Now I’m going to have to go back and see if I can, haha.

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