Wow.

Shortened the steep time and all that powerful bitterness is gone.

I quaffed the gaiwan in two great swallows after an initial tentative sip and the flavor is just rolling around my mouth, tingling and sliding from here to there.

I’m so grateful for what I have learned through Steepster that has allowed me to treat each tea so much more precisely to the needs it has and to look past flavor profile to all the other ways that a leaf proves its value.

Harmony is a good name for this tea.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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