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drank Kotobuki by Lupicia
265 tasting notes

I spent the morning editing a loooooong document and just as I stopped for a break my latest order from Lupicia turned up at the door, so I decided to take that as a hint and went to make some tea.

The flavour of this oolong is elusive. Generally, I prefer the fruit flavour of a fruit tea to be more definite, but for some reason the delicacy of this one is really working for me. The plum is mostly in the aroma, but it lurks around the edges of the taste, too, and it somehow puts me in mind of the texture of a plum – and yeah, I have no clue how it’s doing that. The tea itself is smooth and feels a little viscous in the mouth, and now it’s cooling the taste of the Taiwan oolong is really coming through.

Time for another cup, before I start on the next fifty pages of this document.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Suzi

Thanks for reviewing this one! I’ve been wondering about it.

Luthien

The description had me wondering, too. Fruit teas can be such a mixed bag that I am always a little wary before trying a new one – but I’m glad I took the plunge with this one!

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Suzi

Thanks for reviewing this one! I’ve been wondering about it.

Luthien

The description had me wondering, too. Fruit teas can be such a mixed bag that I am always a little wary before trying a new one – but I’m glad I took the plunge with this one!

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