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Yeah, I don’t know about this one. It’s more than likely a Ti Kuan Yin. The aroma and texture are okay but it has a metallic aftertaste…
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Interesting. More Green than Oolong, but I thought it would be neat to try a Japanese Oolong.
Huh. Seemingly no aroma or distinct taste. Kind of cross between an Oolong and an Assam. Next time I’ll try doubling the recipe.
Huh. Seemingly no aroma or distinct taste. Kind of a cross between a an oolong and an assam. Next time I’ll try doubling the recipe.
Very cool flavor and texture. A wonderful tea experience.
Extremely average, but I brewed it at 175 and it was slightly better. I wish it was organic.
A heck of lot of hazelnut for a tea. It could pass for coffee?
Classified as “aromatic”. It does have a lovely scent, and a surprisingly okay taste.
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