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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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From Green Mountain Tea

Origin: China, Zhejinag Province

Type: White Tea Blend

Range: Loose Leaf Tea

Taste: On brewing , it produces a lovely tea with a redcurrant strawberry taste.

Description: This blend of tea is a white tea – Mao Feng, with added candied pineapple bits, candied papaya, candied mango, red currants, rose blossom leaves, strawberry, jasmine blossoms and dwarf ever last blossoms.

Brewing Instructions: Infuse one tablespoon per cup.

Water temperature: 80°C for two to three minutes.

White tea is very delicate, with minimal processing and is best brewed with pure water at a lower temperature. To gain all the nutrients from the tea re-steep the leaves.

Re-infuse: Suitable for several infusions.

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A quick review whilst I’m having a break from work.

This tea smells super sweet and fruity, the strawberry is rather distinct and dominant.

Flavour matches the scent, it’s very sweet and fruity with a strawberry though somewhat artificial (mostly due to being overly sweet) strong element. There is also a harshness with this tea, like an astringency found with cheap, broken down teas. It’s also bitter and a little sharp in the after taste.

It smells much nicer than it tastes which is a shame. A touch of sugar would help to reduce the astringency if not expel it altogether but personally it’s sweet enough as it is for me.

A disappointing tea that I shall not be trying again. Never mind.

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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