1603 Tasting Notes

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I had this during lunch. This is a great staple to my tea cupboard. When I finally downsize my cupboard, I will definitely be keeping a dragonwell tea in there.

This was so fresh! It smells like celery, but it (thankfully) doesn’t taste like it. It is fresh, slightly grassy green with a tinge of roast. It is sweet and smooth. Delicious!

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97
drank Peppermint by Adagio Teas
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Made this iced with Teavivre’s dragonwell tea. It was good!

The DJBooth

Oh that sounds fabulous

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97
drank Sweet Velvet Fog by iHeartTeas
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Dessert for breakfast? I think so! Yum! I taste a lot of caramel in this! My husband guzzled his mug down. Delicious!

RachanaC (Rachel)-iHeartTeas

That’s great! I am so glad you both are enjoying it. :)

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59

I bumped up the rating for this. I steeped it in my gaiwan again for a shorter time and higher temperature. The flavor was subtle but strong. It wasn’t bitter at all this time. It reminds me of autumn and of the first time I tried formosa oolong. Good tea! There is snow all around, and this roasty, toasty tea is what I needed.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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91
drank Chai by Teaism
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Brewed this over the stove again. This time, I let it boil for 20 minutes and added 2-3 cardamom pods. This was a lot spicier than before! Delicious and just the right kick for the morning. Delicious with the milk and brown sugar. I love this tea.

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81

I felt like finishing a lot of samples that I have in my banana leaf box. I pulled this on out. First, I loved the packaging. I could feel the rough, pebble like leaves in there – that is how vacuum sealed the sample packet was. It was also a beautiful orange/red package. Second, I am really surprised I found this tea on steepster because it has such a LONG name.

I believe Tie Guan Yin was the first oolong tea that I purchased a very long time ago. I remember steeping it so long that it was so strong in taste, but I loved it anyway.

When I opened the package and poured it into my little gaiwan, I saw the beautiful bright to dark green curled up leaves. They are tightly curled up. It smelled mildly of florals and greens.

Upon steeping the tea, the scent became similar to Andrew & Dunham’s Damn Fine Tea – Mermaid Kiss. There was a hint of milkiness to it and florals for sure. The leaves smelled like broccoli and florals. Delicious!! The liquor was a medium yellow color. It tasted very good! Again, the slight milky flavor mixed with sweet florals and light greens. It was not bitter at all and went down smoothly. It felt so smooth in my mouth.

This withstood several steeps. The leaves unfurled into huge leaves. Great tea overall!

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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I’m someone who happens have an addiction to tea! My tea collection keeps growing and growing, which just means that I’ve got to drink more tea! When life gets a bit too stressful, I love sitting down to a nice, warm cup of tea.

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My cupboard contains all the teas that I own. The teas that are unrated but are in my cupboard are ones that I haven’t opened yet. :)

Likes: chai, all types of teas, dessert teas, Dan Cong & milk oolongs, dragonwell & kukicha greens, flavored rooibos, vanilla anything

Dislikes: bitter
Allergies: Chamomile, Jasmine, Soy

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