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11 Tasting Notes

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drank Filiz by Caykur
11 tasting notes

Buying this is all right if used in a versitile manner of blends, or flavoring. Is the tea good? Worth buying? Worth drinking it and falling in love? No and yes. Its a tea that will sell by quantities in huge bags and delivers a bit more taste than a lipton. But, when its all comes down its just an average say near below average. Its really flat with a hint of wintergreen and whatever the leaves was sprayed with! No matter how many infusion ( if possible) or the methods between western or Turkish brew methods its just plain if not worse when brewed in Turkish style. Personally, I blame on the way the tea is harvested, being cut with clippers and possible fertilized with chemicals that explains the chemical after taste. The tea afterword was just butchered of taste and quality. Good tea for bulk and everyday use but in the end its nothing special.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more

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15
drank Sweet Tea by McDonald's
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the only thing that makes me drink this awfully sweet" tea" is when my stashes of tea run dry! A cheap last resort, a slap to the face, a distant memory of good tea….the taste of loneliness.

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50

great tea for all occasions, sorta like a kenyan black and assam-y flaor to it. Great with lots of milk and sugar for a pick me up

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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15
drank Sweet Tea by McDonald's
11 tasting notes

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76

A tea certainly for the few! At 20$ an oz its too expensive but understandable since its does have the exact flavors as described: Floral, a bit astringent, and lightly muscatel.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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77

Nice edition to chai teas! The cloves are always the prominent taste, Rooibos has faint taste, all the spices just serve to moderate the overbearing clove that makes it too medicinal! Just add the sugar and or milk…and you got heaven!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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58

Nice ceylon tea!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 5 min, 45 sec

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100

Minty and lively, nurturing and healthy green tea!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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67

Mother Gaia in Tea form! A wonderful starters tea for anyone interested in exploring the world of Pu-Erh. The taste of of the soil is grown in , the malty and rich taste you get with each sip, its like feeling your the tea itself absorbing the nutrients it absorbs and nourished by it! A definite standby for me!

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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Tea Fanaticism is not just a choice but a way of life! I awake everyday to it, keeps me going because of it, have a cup before bed, and dream nothing but it. Niceties aside, Lets wage holy war any day on lipton and those who love it, flog anyone who uses tap water, and no telling what will I do to those will ravish darjeeling with carelessness! Lets stand up to the little guys and sneer at the big boys, lets bring the age of Camilia to the world. Who’s with me?!

Teas I’d die fighting for:
Darjeeling

The healing powers of Indica and Sativa

Rooibos Tea by Teavana( yes I like Teavana and their teas. Bite me!)
10 year old plus aged Pu-Erh cakes

Teas I’d rather not die for:
Micky death’s own brew of tap water lipton black tea. Its the WMD of the tea world!

Lipton!! I just hate it! Won’t touch the stuff and bother putting it in my mouth.

Twinnings tea…Lipton’s uptight brother! Not worth buying or drinking and its toxic.

Anything RTD or pre packaged teas are sacreligious and best reserved for kids!

Teas that are my life blood:
p91 strain brewed fat soluble butter water moderated with sugar and chair spices.

Plain Assam in loose leaf form with a slightly more malty flavor. Its a standby besides breakfast or Earl Greys.

Chinese and Japanese greens mainly gunpowder, sencha, the occasional gyokuro , Bi lo chun, longjings.

Keemun in the late afternoonn complements whatever I just ate. The taste of plums, the slight floral flavors just goes well after a bowl or two or after the munchies. Its harmony two herbs in one riding off in the sunset.

Finally Rooibos Chai, Rooibos plain, Rooisbos anything and its worth drinking. The smoothness and tartness just goes hand in hand with whatever herb pr spices you put with it!

Well, thats that all about me and my crusade for tea-ism! May the tea be with you!

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