562 Tasting Notes

My first steep was a bit weird. Mainly grassy. Flavors like thier Lashon green. Second steep is more like an oolong. A bit creamy. Vegetal and slight mineral.

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Steeped for about 2 mins and that was perfect. So good in fact that I forgot to pour the rest of it in my cup. It probably steeped a good minute or two more. Wasn’t enough to ruin it but definitely added a bit more bitterness.

As I’ve let it cool down tue bitterness has somewhat lessened oddly enough. A bit more grassy and some what oaty. Is that a word?

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Hot brewed first time. Lukewarm brew the second. Didn’t mean to be but wasn’t thinking before I poured the water over the leaves. I blame it on the slight cold I am fighting. Regardless both steeps have been good. Grassy. Slight hay. A bit of seaweed but really not enough to give note below.

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A unique one. I was afraid I had over steepes it when I had to go change my daughter’s diaper but it is fine. Malt. Earth. Slight twig. You can tell just how much thought went into this tea by how easy it goes down. I feel as if that spring water is in my cup as well.

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drank Laoshan Black by Verdant Tea
562 tasting notes

Very smooth. Cocoa and malt. Slight twig flavor. Over all pretty enjoyable.

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I’m generally not a fan of straight black tea. But I think it’s important to try everything. This definitely has a roastyness to it. Malt. Earth. There is a slight sweetness to it as well.

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drank Earl Grey by Lupicia
562 tasting notes

This is an incredibly smooth tea. Goes down very nicely. The bergamot isn’t as strong as I was hoping but not too light to taste.

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Not sick. Not coming down with anything. At least I don’t think so. But today was kinda crappy so it sounded like a good idea. I’m an off and on fan of Rooibos. Honeybush is much better but some how I get more rooibos then I do honeybush in this…. Surprisingly I’m not tasting as much lemon as I thought I would. Which is good! Lemon can over power and ruin a tea easily. The ginger is also timid but gives a nice little zing.

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drank Jasmin Mandarin by Lupicia
562 tasting notes

It’s so nice of Lupicia to send out a free sample with their newsletter. Jasmine tea has always been a favourite of mine. It’s one of the only teas I always put honey into. I feel like it really brings out the jasmine flavor. This tea I’m actually quite impressed with. Y can really taste the mandarin. It does leave a bit of a bitter taste but the jasmine flavor helps with that immensely


You should try Marriage Freres’s version sometime! I think it even tops Lupicia’s!

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Had to try this one at least once. My tastes don’t generally lean towards the puer and black tea but I like chocolates and strawberrys. Slight strawberry with the finish, dark chocolate in the middle. Woodsy.

Flavors: Dark Chocolate

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Where to being… well, I’ve been drinking jasmine tea for a long time. It still remains a favorite of mine but I’ve now added any more.

Green teas are my favorite. I like black tea but generally prefer it flavored. I’m finding a new love for oolong. Especially the type that leans more toward green. Whites are nice. Rooibos can be a hit or miss, but honeybush is better. (Golden Honeydew by Lupicia is the best). I don’t mind herbals but it really depends on the ingredients.





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