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drank Gyokuro Pine Breeze by Lupicia
323 tasting notes

The sipping down continues.

Orders with Upton and Verdant have been placed and are anxiously awaited.

Yesterday afternoon we shared a good six steepings of this tea with the reverend Father Symeon during his visit to perform the annual blessing of our home. It proved the perfect brew to stimulate a prolonged discussion and good fellowship.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 15 sec
ScottTeaMan

Jim, do you ever post reviews on Upton’s website? I have, and if you want you can view mine. I’m Scott from Ohio.

Jim Marks

No, I don’t think that I have.

ashmanra

I want to order from them but I get overwhelmed when I see all the options. There are a couple I know I want, and I want that tea scale!

Jim Marks

I’ve never had a tea I didn’t like because of poor quality, just matters of taste. They sell great tea. Just go for it.

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ScottTeaMan

Jim, do you ever post reviews on Upton’s website? I have, and if you want you can view mine. I’m Scott from Ohio.

Jim Marks

No, I don’t think that I have.

ashmanra

I want to order from them but I get overwhelmed when I see all the options. There are a couple I know I want, and I want that tea scale!

Jim Marks

I’ve never had a tea I didn’t like because of poor quality, just matters of taste. They sell great tea. Just go for it.

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