Ohh, what a scent! The first thing I noticed about this tea upon steeping was the scent. Warm, like a warm lemony dessert. Very home-and-hearth, reminds me of nice blankets and a cozy fall day (unlike today!). Not strikingly lemony, but you can still catch the scent. A bit sweet also! Even without sugar.

Something in this tea burns my tongue, and I’m going to assume it’s the ginger. The flavors of lemon and ginger were noticeable, and the presence of the latter made me particularly excited. It all reminded me of a dessert, as I said, warm and lemony, but not without a little bite. I really enjoy that unexpected sweet taste from a tea that I bought to calm my stomach (and it did!).

Nothing is bitter about this tea, all very smooth, silky even. All in all, sweet, lemony, but not overly powerful (actually a bit weak). Has a bite to it. Will drink for pleasure rather than because I need to make room in my cupboard. ^^

Flavors: Biting, Ginger, Lemon, Sugar, Sweet

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I’m a tiger with a love for tea, 18-years-old and a recent highschool graduate. I mostly enjoy black, white, herbal, and red teas. I have a strained relationship with green teas, but I am always on the search for the perfect maccha.

I’ve been drinking tea since I was very young, and hope to become familiar with different kinds. I am most interested in Chinese black teas and Japanese green teas, and would like to develop a particular familiarity with them.

Outside of tea, I enjoy writing and drawing. I love animals and reading about animals, and tigers are one I particularly identify with.



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