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Thank you to Fong Mong for the sample.

I’m getting a little fruity notes from this one, but not too much. It definitely has that unmistakable oolong taste. It’s a little bit creamy, too. I’m getting a slight bitterness, which makes me wonder if I steeped it for too long. I did the recommended 6 minutes, but that seems a little high.

Kittenna

I think my second infusion, 4 min of steeping, was a touch bitter too. I really enjoyed my first infusion that I did for 3 min. Amazing!

Michelle

Yeah, I did 180deg at 3 min, and didn’t find any bitterness in it at all.

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Kittenna

I think my second infusion, 4 min of steeping, was a touch bitter too. I really enjoyed my first infusion that I did for 3 min. Amazing!

Michelle

Yeah, I did 180deg at 3 min, and didn’t find any bitterness in it at all.

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To me, tea is the missing puzzle piece for my healthy lifestyle. When I drink tea I am encouraged to eat healthy and be active. I drink tea because I simply enjoy the taste, but the health aspects are just an added bonus.

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