Tianmu Ming Dynasty

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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From Imperial Tea Garden

Organic tea is produced without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides and herbicides.

Tianmu Ming Dynasty is manufactured under shou mei principles – Sun dried and subjected to a minimal amount of processing so the teas color and aroma are as close as possible to freshly harvested tea leaves.

Superb taste and slightly sweet, this organic green tea is exceptionally well graded and certified by the IMO in Weinfelden, Switzerland.

The two peaks of Mt. Tianmu may be famous for their scenery and misty slopes, but drinking this tea will certainly leave a lasting impression.

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3 Tasting Notes

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Pretty tasty. Fairly mellow. Very relaxing. It’s a bit grassy but also sweet. Has a perfumy type ending on the sip. No aftertaste, tho!

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This has a strong coffee/cocoa scent that is very surprising.

The flavor is very… I don’t know. I can’t find the right words for it.

It’s sweet, but not your standard tip-of-the-tongue sweet… rather the sweet seems to be a round softness through the sides and back of the mouth when sipping.

It’s green without be green… I can’t locate any grassy, vegetable, or standard “green tea flavor”. But still, it’s lightly there on the side of the tongue at the end of the sip and swallow.

There’s almost a berry component up through the nose mid-sip. And maybe some hay in the ending, too.

This is a very strange one, I can’t describe it accurately as the taste is just so odd. Good, but odd.

Will need a few more cups, probably, before I decide if I like it well enough to buy.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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