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A very light floral smelling tea, like a green tea but more fresh?

My favourite part of it all was the brewing experience. I watched the tea leaves unfurl, they turned out to be light green in colour. Don’t know if it’s even possible to describe tea but I thought the leaves were cute. :P

The tea itself was a pale yellow. Taste wise, it’s good not bitter. I rarely drink white teas so I am not an expert at what is a good white tea.

Not planning on restocking but I did enjoy the cup.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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