90

I am too exhausted to really write much, however this tea is wonderful. Has a floral oolong taste that is accompanied by a baked quality that compliments it perfectly. Had 2 steeps so far and will continue until I have sucked the life out of the leaves.

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Haha I’m doing the same thing. Although I’m at the point where I want my leaves to die.

jennlea

Lol. I hate it when I want to move onto the next tea but the previous one isn’t dead yet and I feel like I waste them if I don’t use ‘em until they can’t give anymore.

Cofftea

lol yeah especially when you expected them to die a long? time ago. That’s why I love teas that morph as I infuse them so I don’t get sick of it.

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Cofftea

Haha I’m doing the same thing. Although I’m at the point where I want my leaves to die.

jennlea

Lol. I hate it when I want to move onto the next tea but the previous one isn’t dead yet and I feel like I waste them if I don’t use ‘em until they can’t give anymore.

Cofftea

lol yeah especially when you expected them to die a long? time ago. That’s why I love teas that morph as I infuse them so I don’t get sick of it.

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