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The smell is very floral and the cup colour is coppery. It tastes a bit bitter, but fresh nonetheless. Definitely has a muscatel taste. And a bit of a hint of citrus.
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Simple but decent third-grade green.
Light and very delicious white.
Light, but that’s what you’d expect from a first flush. Flowery aroma, light-brown cup colour,
This is a Sencha. Really mild, but tasty. Tastes of grass.
Really delicious Darjeeling. There’s something almost floral in the smell and taste of this tea. Much stronger and tastier than a first flush.
I like Assam Hajua, and the tea-seller suggested this as a similar tea. Honestly, it’s not as good.
It’s ok. High tannin. It’s certainly strong enough.
Would like to find out more about the Greenwood estate.
This is a delicious green tea. None of the harsh taste that some people associate with green tea.
It’s by no means mild, but a strong and flavourful cup of green.
This isn’t such a good tea. I was hopeful after the tea seller described it that I’d discovered a new black tea blend. Will certainly keep trying. Nice shop, though.
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