Lychee

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Black Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Fannings are the one huge drawback of teabags. They're more prone to bitterness and over-exaggerated flavours. This subject is no different- LOTS of fannings. I'd like to think that lower water ...” Read full tasting note
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The soft sweetness of the regal lychee fruit with its aromatic and succulent nature, is delicious in its marriage with a Ceylon high grown tea.

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Fannings are the one huge drawback of teabags. They’re more prone to bitterness and over-exaggerated flavours. This subject is no different- LOTS of fannings. I’d like to think that lower water temperature and less steep time counteracts some of the tea’s “baggage”. (I’m sorry)

Knowing that actually made me appreciate this one a whole lot more because it tastes dead on like delicious cool lychee. Even the astringent streak contributes to the lychee profile. This is another one that would be good iced.

I kind of forgot how easy it is to pop in a ready to use teabag. Thanks ToiToi for all of these fun samples. They’ve made this hectic day a little easier.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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