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Classic, subtle, and calming. This tea is super-forgiving, and it lasts for around 4 brewings. Probably THE perfect evening tea in my book.
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A very fragrant tea with an amazing first cup. Unfortunately doesn’t last past two brewings.
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This tea is pretty great. It reminds me just slightly of earl grey, but far tastier. +1 for Indian oolongs.
Jury’s still out. A very distinctive, charred sort of flavor. I don’t think this is a lazy man’s tea, so no cup+tea for this one.
Not overly remarkable, but long lasting, and very satisfying. Not too unlike Bamboo Mountain or Green Dragon.
Good tea. I think I’ll start rinsing it. Second and third cups are the best.
Why does it taste like wood? Oh wait… I really tried to like this one, but I guess it’s not for my palate.
Most fond of Oolongs, Whites and Blacks. Green tea is usually too temperamental for me. Tisanes or blends are usually not my bag either. I drink tea Chinese style (cup + tea) at home, and use a tetsubin at work.