596 Tasting Notes
This tea demonstrates how changing preparation methods can result in a dramatically different tea. Conventional steeping in a regular teapot will result in a light honey-like tea. But when prepared in a gaiwan, this tea really comes into its own with serious notes of jasmine, lavender, and clementine oranges.
Don’t be afraid of this tea: Hotter water seems to work best, and brings out malty notes.
Yes it is rather bitter (try multiple short steeps to deal with this) but it does make me feel a lot better. This is what I drink every night before bedtime.
One of the best flavored teas I have ever had. Naturally sweet with no sugar added. Orange, cinnamon, clove…great iced or hot.
Really scrumptious Indian green. Vegetal and sweet at the same time.