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Clouds and Mist

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Green Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Des
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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “I woke up a bit early this morning to attend an 8:30 barrel tasting with our winemaker. We tasted the 2012s. After drinking wine first thing in the morning, I felt I needed a big pot of a lighter...” Read full tasting note
    CharlotteZero 360 tasting notes
  • “Loose Appearance: small, thin curled grey leaf Aroma when Dry: sweet beans After water is first poured: vegital, soupy, sweet At end of first steep: vegital, soupy, sweet Tea liquor: At end...” Read full tasting note
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    NatureDancer 189 tasting notes
  • “I steeped this pot PERFECTLY. I used below boiling water and let sit before rinsing these delicate looking leaves. Steeped for 15-20 seconds. Nice light piss greenish/yellow color. Extremely smooth...” Read full tasting note
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    dessiree 56 tasting notes

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Cloud Mist green tea is one of chineses top ten tea. It is also known as Lu Shan Yun Wu Green Tea. This tea is harvested from the peak of Mount Lu, a beautiful scenic spot shrouded in thick mist. Produced by the most tender tea buds.

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4 Tasting Notes

360 tasting notes

I woke up a bit early this morning to attend an 8:30 barrel tasting with our winemaker. We tasted the 2012s.

After drinking wine first thing in the morning, I felt I needed a big pot of a lighter tea to rehydrate me. I chose this one. I was in a rush to get back to work, and I thought my electric kettle was nearly boiling, so I poured the water. My thermometer said the water was only 160 degrees. Oops!

It has been more than a year since I purchased this, so it’s not as fresh as it could be, but it’s still pretty good. The liquor is a bit brownish in color, which usually is a good indicator that I won’t like it. It does have a strong pea aroma, sort of like those big mushy English peas that I don’t like, but sweeter. I can also smell artichokes and nuts. All things considered, this wasn’t a bad pot of tea.

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160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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189 tasting notes

Loose
Appearance: small, thin curled grey leaf
Aroma when Dry: sweet beans
After water is first poured: vegital, soupy, sweet
At end of first steep: vegital, soupy, sweet
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: hit of green
Staple? No
Preferred time of day: unsure, first tasting
Taste:
At first?: sour vegtial, brothy, bitter tangy close
As it cools?: gets more vegital, sweet notes mingle with the sour tang
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)?
Lingers? Yes, sour vegetal notes across the palate

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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56 tasting notes

I steeped this pot PERFECTLY. I used below boiling water and let sit before rinsing these delicate looking leaves. Steeped for 15-20 seconds. Nice light piss greenish/yellow color. Extremely smooth taste. Nice warm fuzzy feeling. No noticeable tannin taste. Exactly the green tea I was looking to enjoy right now.

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