Lichee Congou

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Black Tea
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Boiling 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “I like this tea. It is naturally sweet all and just as the description is really soothing hot but it makes a great iced tea. I have to admit that for some reason as an iced tea it may seem a bit...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I bought this tea last summer when I visited the Silk Road store in Victoria, BC. They had this tea brewed as a chilled tea and the sample was most welcome on the hot August afternoon! Ever since...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Stale and sour. Can't give a better description because after two sips I threw it out. If you like black tea their Golden Monkey would be a far better choice...albeit at over twice the price...but...” Read full tasting note
    CoreyJ 3 tasting notes

From Silk Road Teas

“A black leaf flavored with the freshly squeezed juices of the Lychee fruit. Made in Fujian Province. tea from Fujian Province, this tea is sweet, very fragrant and quite delicious both as a hot beverage and as an iced tea. The flavor is perfume lite and pleasing. It is very refreshing and goes well with food. As an iced tea, it is a real treat.” – Silk Road Teas

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3 Tasting Notes

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I like this tea. It is naturally sweet all and just as the description is really soothing hot but it makes a great iced tea. I have to admit that for some reason as an iced tea it may seem a bit more perfumy than when hot. Still a pretty good choice and inexpensive.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec

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I bought this tea last summer when I visited the Silk Road store in Victoria, BC. They had this tea brewed as a chilled tea and the sample was most welcome on the hot August afternoon! Ever since this has been one of my go-to iced teas. It’s got a perfect natural sweetness so no sugar is needed!

Preparation
Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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Stale and sour. Can’t give a better description because after two sips I threw it out. If you like black tea their Golden Monkey would be a far better choice…albeit at over twice the price…but worth it! Not my cup so I’m not going to give it a number. I have the rest of this 1/4 lb and 1/4 lb Dragon Eyes which I find tastes the same. If anyone wants either of these send me a pm or email and I will ship them to you for free. If no one wants them I’ll dispose of them in my garden like I do with my spent tea leaves.

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