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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.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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I’m Robbie!

I’m 19, a 3rd chemistry student from Dublin, Ireland.

I am obsessed with tea. It started as a nice way to relax, turning into a hobbie and now it is becoming a lifestyle! I am a novice, only been seriously drinking loose leaf for about 5 months, but wow has it been a blast! I find myself browsing tea vendor websites daily, noting the next teas I want to buy, and emptying my bank account as soon as its full again so I can get my fix!

I am falling in love with oolong both green and dark, experimenting with pu-erh and getting a feel for whats around, indulging in sweet and vegetal chinese greens with the intention of trying some sencha soon enough, relaxing with a nice silver needle white every once in a while, and awakening the senses with some black, the source of my tea passion!

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