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drank Pai Mu Tan by Zoomdweebies
20 tasting notes

This tea was pretty good, but not really knock your socks off.

The first infusion tastes like earthy and dark, though this immediate impression is offset by refreshing melony sweetness to the finish and a lingering tartness on the tongue. It has a full body and is almost creamy. This is a full-flavored tea relative to other white teas and tastes light and refreshing. For full review and pics: http://www.leafjoy.com/2011/01/review-pai-mu-tan-zoom-dweebies/

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec
Batrachoid

Well, in Zoomdweebie’s defense I think this is more a blending base than something intended to be prepared on its own. Like the bai cha shoes waiting for the right black currant laces.

LeafJoy

@Batrachoid: that’s a good point, maybe I should try to blend it with something. Have any suggestions?

Batrachoid

Anything they’ve used so far, obviously, and from what I’ve had the base mixed into I think it might go well with kiwi but I’m not quite sure how I’d go about doing that…(I only can find candied thick kiwi slices with neon green coloration warning me of the sulphites within).

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Batrachoid

Well, in Zoomdweebie’s defense I think this is more a blending base than something intended to be prepared on its own. Like the bai cha shoes waiting for the right black currant laces.

LeafJoy

@Batrachoid: that’s a good point, maybe I should try to blend it with something. Have any suggestions?

Batrachoid

Anything they’ve used so far, obviously, and from what I’ve had the base mixed into I think it might go well with kiwi but I’m not quite sure how I’d go about doing that…(I only can find candied thick kiwi slices with neon green coloration warning me of the sulphites within).

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