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Edit tea info Last updated by Paul M Tracy
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  • “The leaves are green and gold and smell a bit "pastoral" (grass, hay, etc.) with a hint of white pepper. Prepared, this has a strong malty caramel fragrance. From a flavor perspective, it's...” Read full tasting note
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From Shui Tea

TGFOP* Yunnan Gold black tea. Drop the lists and flow charts and drink some strong, intense tea. This Chinese-style black tea from Yunan province is smoky and intoxicating, perfect for clearing your mind and focusing on your daily choices. Malty and full-bodied with a few hints of dark-caramel sweetness. The strong, confident flavor will inspire you to greatness.

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The leaves are green and gold and smell a bit “pastoral” (grass, hay, etc.) with a hint of white pepper.

Prepared, this has a strong malty caramel fragrance. From a flavor perspective, it’s simply an uncomplicated, smooth and rich black tea.

While described as strong and intense, I found this tea to be fairly mild; especially compared to some of Shui Tea’s other black teas. This doesn’t mean that it isn’t enjoyable, it’s just not as bold as I would have preferred.

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Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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