Half Moon Pearl

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Green Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I hope I am not tempting fate by trying this tea in the evening time (it's 7:23 here) but I wanted to stay awake to do laundry and some other things. Keep your fingers crossed for me.... This is...” Read full tasting note
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From Nepali Tea Traders

This distinctive, full leaf, loose green tea from Sandakphu is hand-picked from select tea bushes with high chlorophyll content and valuable antioxidants. The beautiful, authentic half-moon pearls unfurl during brewing, creating a fresh-tasting tea with sweet grassy and vegetal aromas and flavor.

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I hope I am not tempting fate by trying this tea in the evening time (it’s 7:23 here) but I wanted to stay awake to do laundry and some other things. Keep your fingers crossed for me….

This is a lovely hand rolled tea that is visually nice to look at. I decided to go for the 3 minute steep at approximately 180F (my guesstimate).

Flavorwise, this reminds me a lot of a Chinese green tea with savory, vegetal artichoke type flavors, like a chun mee or something of that nature. There is a definite sweetness in the finish too which is really nice. Their website says “grassy” which I am not really getting at all. Something about this seems very relaxing and I can definitely see how this would be a good everyday drinking type of tea (if not for the price).

I will definitely consider buying a large size of this at some point to keep around – on the shopping list it goes. So far everything from NTT has been good in my opinion.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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