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I have to admit I have no idea what huckleberries or currants taste or smell like. So I don’t know how well this tea pulled them off. This definitely smells sweet and fruity and sort of like berry. Steeped, this is a fruity sweet tea. Still not sure if its a huckleberry taste, but it’s at least a good taste. The white tea is sort of overwhelmed by the fruity taste, but its still enjoyable. I’m gonna have to try this one iced and see how that is.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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20 years old
I’m starting to grow tired of green teas and green oolongs.
I’ve only recently began exploring straight blacks and puerhs, and I’ve been loving the one with cocoa and bread-like notes the most!
I’m also starting to drift away from flavored teas, but still like a good dessert tea every once in awhile.
I will always love a good chai.
I despise licorice and bacon.

Notes I like:
Cocoa, Bread, Caramel,
Nutty, Vanilla, Cream,
Honey, Butter, Maple, Marshmallow
Fruity, Berries, Lemon, Jasmine

Notes I don’t like:
Banana, Bacon, Licorice, Smoke, Astringency, Bitter, Rose

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Florida

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