I’m finding myself really drawn to this tea, with its light but very nuanced set of aromas and flavors. If I had to sum it up in one word, that word would be “fresh”, but unrolling that I’d come up with grassy, sunny, clear, healthy, and light. And although it’s light, it’s quite addictive. Liking it a lot today, so I’ll bump it up another couple points.

Went to three infusions on this one; the third cup was light to the point that the flavors were quite ephemeral, as if glimpsed through gauze…

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Grandma introduced me to tea as a kid (lipton with milk and sugar; a bit poured into the saucer to cool it down and then sipped from there), and I’ve never looked back. Still have a slight preference for teas that go well with milk (or even better, cream) and sugar, but since Grandma’s day I’ve branched out to appreciate green and white teas, rooibos and pu erh. Absolutely love Mariage Freres!


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