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Yellow Tea
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170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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From East Pacific Tea Co.

Yellow tea is one of the rarest types of tea to touch this earth. Being a midpoint between white and green, this tea provides the best of both worlds, high in antioxidants and rich in flavor.

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Yellow tea is my favorite, so I am always excited to try one I haven’t yet tasted. Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sharing this Yellow with me.

It has a delicate, sweet flavor with a hint of roasted nut in the background. It has a very supple quality to it – smooth and silky. A vegetative note in mid-sip, very slight but there, tasting slightly of steamed bitter greens with a touch of butter on it.

A very pleasant cup … and I’m off to write a review about it!

TeaBrat

wow – every day I am finding new tea companies! East Pacific Tea looks good!

TeaEqualsBliss

Amy Oh – East Pacific Tea Co is AWESOME! I have had many wonderful teas from them! :)

ScottTeaMan

Yellow tea is awesome. Speaking of tea companies, I really like teaspring.com-they can be pricey, but their tea is really good & S & H is cheap. I tried a yellow tea there that I think is now sold out called Meng Ding Huang Ya. I found it here:

http://www.teacuppa.com/Meng-Ding-Huang-Ya-Yellow-Tea.asp

The 50g price is what I paid for it at Tea Spring, and this is a really delicious nutty, sweet, tea. I love it…….it is one of my favorites! :)) Just leave some for me! :)))

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Thank you to LiberTEAS for today’s random sample!

The scent of the steeped cup is lightly “green” and perhaps there’s a hint of a vegetal aroma, but it’s very subtle.

Even though it was steeped for four minutes, the taste is very light and subtle, like a weak green tea. Good, but nothing remarkable. It’s my first yellow tea though, so perhaps I’ll find that they are generally too weak for me. Either way, I’ll try brewing this one with a bit more leaf/less water next time to bring out the flavour a bit more. Might try that with the re-steep as well (decreasing the water, that is).

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Azzrian

enjoy and savor! So few yellow teas to be tried.

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I can’t believe I am the first to log this one! :)

This is a really nice yellow.

It has hints of floral-peppery notes but the cross between the natural green and white tea tastes are very good. In addition, I think the sweet after taste is my favorite of this tea.

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