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Namring Estate

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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, 15 sec

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  • “This was--Okay. And believe me, after trying the Chun Mee tea yesterday and having my aunt compare it to sewage, not a bad thing. But this is a very light tea--a kind of uber green. Not vegetal,...” Read full tasting note
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This unique green tea combines the aroma and flavor of teas from India and China in one tea It has the crispness and soft muscatel notes of a fine Darjeeling tea. But it is also reminiscent of a soft Chinese green tea; lighter with the hint of a spring meadow in the cup.

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This was—Okay. And believe me, after trying the Chun Mee tea yesterday and having my aunt compare it to sewage, not a bad thing. But this is a very light tea—a kind of uber green. Not vegetal, which I dislike, and one we can tolerate enough to get through the two ounces we bought, but not one I’d order again. I found it rather bland. So far, of the five new green teas we recently purchased, the Cloud & Mist is the one we liked best. Tomorrow we’ll see if Pi Lo Chun can beat it.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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