Master Han's Forest Grove

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  • “No notes??? Odd. Anyhow…. yuck. Do not like. I tried a sip, and it just didn't appeal to me in the slightest; the mint and juniper made me cringe. However, I fed some to my mom, and she seemed to...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thanks *BrewTEAlly Sweet* for letting me try a sample of this. It's interesting. I can taste the puerh and spearmint and tulsi. And the peppercorn and just possibly the star anise. It's...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you again for the sale, Dinosara! Another odd blend. Ingredients: Master Han’s 2002 Shu Pu’er, Birch Bark, Cardamom, Spearmint, Tulsi, Sichuan Peppercorn, Star Anise, Juniper. I thought this...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you to whoever sent me a sample (all of my samples have been mixed up..) The dry leaf smells like licorice. This is an interesting tea. There is licorice with a touch(a really tiny touch) of...” Read full tasting note
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From Verdant Tea

Ingredients: Master Han’s 2002 Shu Pu’er, Birch Bark, Cardamom, Spearmint, Tulsi, Sichuan Peppercorn, Star Anise, Juniper.

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No notes??? Odd.

Anyhow…. yuck. Do not like. I tried a sip, and it just didn’t appeal to me in the slightest; the mint and juniper made me cringe. However, I fed some to my mom, and she seemed to enjoy it just fine, and drank a re-steep as well. So it looks like this tea will be re-homed (and I’m not sad in the least about this!) So basically, if these are tea ingredients you enjoy, this tea may be just fine for you…. but I do not enjoy them. At all. Withholding rating because it just wouldn’t be fair to give it a 5…

ETA: I see there’s another version of this, without the apostrophe. When I get around to it, I’ll get Jason to merge the two.

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Thanks BrewTEAlly Sweet for letting me try a sample of this.

It’s interesting. I can taste the puerh and spearmint and tulsi.
And the peppercorn and just possibly the star anise.

It’s forest-y, that’s for sure. And it’s an interesting idea, but I don’t know that I would go out of my way to get more.

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Thank you again for the sale, Dinosara! Another odd blend. Ingredients: Master Han’s 2002 Shu Pu’er, Birch Bark, Cardamom, Spearmint, Tulsi, Sichuan Peppercorn, Star Anise, Juniper. I thought this would be more like a chai, but it’s not tough enough. I used two teaspoons… there were a TON of juniper berries in those two teaspoons. I’m not sure if they impart much flavor. This didn’t seem like a strong pu-erh either. The steep color was a light rusty brown. At least there wasn’t any bitterness from the birch bark like the other Verdant blend with birch bark. Otherwise, it’s spearmint and licorice. Both the spearmint the licorice make my tongue buzzy. Yep, it’s odd. The second steep has even stronger licorice. A good blend but not fantastic.
Steep #1 // 2 tsps. // 4 min after boiling // 2 min steep
Steep #2 // just boiled // 3-4 min

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Thank you to whoever sent me a sample (all of my samples have been mixed up..) The dry leaf smells like licorice. This is an interesting tea. There is licorice with a touch(a really tiny touch) of berry sweetness. There is a nice earthiness to it along with a herbal feel to it.

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