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Lime Wu Long (Wu Long Citron Vert)

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by LaFleurBleue
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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I do not know why I did never buy this one, as it probably is among my favorites from Le Palais des Thés. However I drank it very regularly at one of my friend at our weekly video evenings. This...” Read full tasting note
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From Le Palais des Thes

Semi-fermented tea with fresh notes of lime. Has a low theine content.

INFUSION TIME
3’ – 4’

QUANTITY
6g / 30cl

TEMPERATURE
75°C

TIME OF DAY
All day long

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I do not know why I did never buy this one, as it probably is among my favorites from Le Palais des Thés. However I drank it very regularly at one of my friend at our weekly video evenings.
This tea is low on theine, which is really perfect for the evening.
The tea base is nice, without having anything really special. The flavor is actually very simple : lime. Hence a tangy smell and taste, that I enjoy very much, as I find it very natural. No feeling of drinking the dishwashing liquid there ;)
Writing this review brings me a craving to taste it again… I might buy it next time, though I’ve said that a few times already and never did.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Angrboda

Is lime citron in French? What is lemon in French, then? (This is confusing for me because citron is lemon in Danish. :)

LaFleurBleue

Lime is Citron Vert in French, the “vert” (meaning green) adjective being sufficient to refer to a different species of citrus from the usual yellow Lemon / Citron. Hope this helps ;)

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