596 Tasting Notes

86

Still yummy. Good for multiple infusions, too. Tiny glass gong fu teapot works well. (100ML)

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97

Exquisite. Simply exquisite. Use a tiny porcelain gaiwan to brew this silver needle and heaven is yours.

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72

Still good. But what a difference from Chinese teas!

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81
drank Top Leaf by Mellow Monk
596 tasting notes

Interesting stuff. Hmm. Need to spend more time before rating.

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94

Oh man. My first sips, but already this is amazing. Very smoky. Need to spend more time before doing a proper rating.

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86

I prepared this with a little more leaf, and nutty/creamy notes emerge. Nice.

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76
drank Ti Kuan Yin by thepuriTea
596 tasting notes

This was a surprise. The leaf looked both small and somewhat broken, and I didn’t detect much of a nose on the infused leaf. However, the flavor of the tea is much stronger than its nose would suggest, and I think this could make, as one reviewer said, a good everyday drinker.

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96

I think I’ve hit the sweet spot for brewing this tea. 3 minutes.

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91

Still a stunner. One of my favorites. Creamy and mild. Maybe a little too mild, but still wonderful.

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