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Premium Loose Leaf Tunlu Green Tea

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  • “Thank you *Vicony Teas* for this free sample! I've heard quite interesting descriptions of Tunlu tea; some prefer it as an "every-day tea" while others choose not to drink it as much. I suppose...” Read full tasting note
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Tunlu Green Tea being praised as ‘Green Gold’ for centuries excels in flavor and taste among the chinese green teas. The Loose Leaf Tunlu Tea here is of the premium grade being made of tea leaves of Di Shui Xiang Cultivar. The tea can stand up to several brewing, producing mellow taste and nice fragrance with long lasting aftertaste. The Premium Tunlu tea is a very good choice for daily drinking.

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Thank you Vicony Teas for this free sample!

I’ve heard quite interesting descriptions of Tunlu tea; some prefer it as an “every-day tea” while others choose not to drink it as much. I suppose I’ll see which party I belong to.

Leaf Quality:
The yellow-green leaves were rolled into small, floral gems. The scent was a bit strong for a green tea, which hinted at its flavor. The brewed leaves smelled very sweet and astringently floral.

Brewed Tea:
The tea’s color was light yellow. The flavor was milder than I suspected, but the aftertaste lasted a while. Upon my first sip, I noticed the great floral qualities of this tea. My last sip ended with a pineapple-like finish that I hadn’t noticed in the previous sips.
Second Steeping
The second brew was sweet, fruity, and astringent. It already seemed like a good tea to relax with.
Third Steeping
The third steeping was quite delicious. Fruity, sweet, and floral. The aftertaste was still quite astringent.

If I had enough of this tea, I suppose I would drink it as an “every-day tea” in the evenings. It’s quite enjoyable.

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