33 Tasting Notes

I like to keep this one on hand for when the need for a nice iced tea strikes, but I’m pretty neutral about it as a hot tea. It’s not the tea’s fault, I just generally prefer something a little more surprising from my everyday tea. It’s a great earl grey, however; good quality tea and a nice balance of flavor (sure it could be stronger, but why completely drown out the tea?). I’d definitely recommend this one if earl grey is your style, or for people who want an accessible upgrade from tea bag earl grey…

Flavors: Bergamot, Malt

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Surprisingly nutty and rich, almost like a desert or candy? The best I could describe it to others was that it reminds me of Almond Roca.

Flavors: Butter, Nutty, Toffee

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I’m only barely getting into puer, so don’t want to pass much judgement, but this was a really pleasant tea for a rainy day. Steeped in a tiny gaiwan. Reminds me of being out in the forest after the rain, maybe with a little bit of good dark chocolate.

Flavors: Chocolate, Forest Floor, Mineral, Wet Earth

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Student, scientist, poet, writer-of-monsters, baker of bread and collector of pretty rocks.

Tea interests me because it intersects so many of my other interests: biology, geology, craft, and cooking. Plus it tastes good and making a cup gives me something to do with my hands while reading.



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