Pi Lo Chun Imperial

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Green Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Lisa (harmony_bites)
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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “So, verdict, I rather like it, although mildly, my aunt does not. Not because she disliked the taste, but because there's not enough of it--she complains it's like having hot water. Admittedly,...” Read full tasting note
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This delicate, handmade tea has a very fresh and sweet aroma. The brewed tea tastes like springtime in a mountain meadow: sweet, slightly grassy, slightly floral, and very satisfying.

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So, verdict, I rather like it, although mildly, my aunt does not. Not because she disliked the taste, but because there’s not enough of it—she complains it’s like having hot water. Admittedly, this is a common complaint for her with Green and White teas, but she did like the Darjeeling Green a bit more, and the Clouds & Mist a lot more. This doesn’t have the vegetal taste that puts me off so many Green teas. It’s mild and sweet and refreshing with almost an almondish and minty note.

Edit: I tried brewing this longer, three and a half minutes rather than the 2 minutes suggested minimum, and my aunt then found she liked it a lot more, especially since I alternated this with only a black tea until it ran out and we both had a better chance to get used to it. So this turned out a tea we quite liked and I’m raising the rating from 41 (would not order again) to 77 (would consider.)

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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