Light Roast Wild Tree Purple Varietal Black Tea of Dehong

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One from Nicole that i’ve had a couple times now. I enjoyed having it, but it’s a little too close to an oolong/darjeeling taste for me to really get behind it. The few cups i had were a pleasant trip down something i wouldn’t normally pick up for myself which was lovely.

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I’m having the 2016 spring version of the tea. I’ve had it a few times now. I prefer the light roast over the plain version. It’s definitely a bit different to me, but is pretty tasty.

It has roasty wine, pepper taste. That’s about all I can come up with.

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somewhat sweet. reminds me of darjeeling or wine. kind of peppery. interesting.

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From Marco Polo TTB. This is the last of the YS teas I am trying from the box. It was different from the others and I liked it. It smelled a lot like a darjeeling, sort of a grape-y smell. It transfers over to the tea. It isn’t malty at all, but has a sort of darjeeling flavor and a bit of an astringent finish. I enjoyed it very much!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

I really like this one :)


I smelled this, it smells like bacon and leather to me, so I’m afraid to try it.

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