Strong floral note which trails into the aftertaste. Dull snap-pea sugary sweetness at the end of the sip and trailing into the aftertaste. Characteristic white tea note in the middle of the sip.
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10-second rinse before infusion.
Wilted autumn leaves with a stone fruit note. Slight astringency with a surprising creamy note reminding me of a milk oolong.
A very nice mix of mints. This one is not just peppermint- there’s a sweet mint in here as well (I think it is spearmint) which is nice and gives the flavour some complexity. There is a savoury herbal note present.
I forgot to rinse this one before infusing.
This tea has the typical woodsy-mushroom flavour that I typically associate with Pu-erh.
Dry leaf aroma is of strawberry candy.
Strawberry candy scent is present in the brewed tea.
Strawberry flavour is mild and candy-like. Oolong is sweet, reminiscent of chamomile.
Flavors: Candy, Strawberry
Strong aroma of melon from the brewed tea.
Melon fruity and slightly creamy note. Soft sweetness which trails into the aftertaste. Slight celery-vegetal note.
Flavors: Celery, Fruity, Melon
Slight smokiness, sweetness on the finish, savoury complex flavour reminiscent of fish. Berries and grapefruit on the aftertaste.
Flavors: Berry, Fish Broth, Grapefruit, Smoke
I prefer this tea infused at a lower temperature. I can taste the complexity of the white tea flavour.
I could taste more of the white tea flavour with a shorter infusion than last time.
Dry leaf has a sweet hay, lemon aroma.