This is a superb white tea. The aroma is intoxicating!

First brew yields a delicately sweet and vegetal liquor, that has a grainy/rice like overtone. Subsequent brews lose the graininess but remain sweet and grassy, and so so delicate and smooth. Later brews can become astringent, but never bitter.

170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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I’m Robbie!

I’m 22 with a B.Sc in chemistry, currently doing a PhD in synthetic organic chemistry, both in University College Dublin.

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