13 Tasting Notes

drank Nepal Black by DAVIDsTEA
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This white tea does not have much flavor hot BUT when it is chilled…My oh My watch out!! The flavor just blast through!! I will say a little fruity leaves a fresh taste in your mouth.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Straight black teas are my go to. Not real found of the black teas that have a chocolate flavor though.
I do not like sweetners in my tea unless it’s chai!!
Dark oolongs are also a favorite when I can take the time to relax and enjoy the many steepings.
I am starting to venture out into some green teas and finding them to be quite enjoyable to my surprise!
For a few years I have been on the search for the perfect loose leaf classic black tea. Sure have had lots of fun trying to find it!! I have came close but haven’t found THE one yet
In the winter time when I am home I drink my tea hot all day. Warmer weather it is ice tea for me!
Add on as I have broadened my tastes
I have now ventured into pu-erh!! Oh my! I have fallen in love with sheng! I have tried shou many times just can not get used to that flavor. I have even made my self a Pumidor out of a dorm style refrigerator. I have had it for a month now and I try and keep the humidity around 70% and the temp is around 60 to 65 I only have 5 cakes in it right now but my plan is to buy one cake a month to fill it up. As if I can only stop at one a month. haha
I have learned a lot here on steepsters. So much wonderful information!
Also I am not good at keeping my cupboard updated but I have over 100 teas. Mostly all straight teas. I just can not get into the flavored ones.

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