Hops, hops, hops, hops, hops!

I’m currently working on this tea, and I must admit that I’m impressed by the numerous amount of hops/beer flavors coming out of the tea. The dry leaf has a nice punch of hops to it—however, the flavor reminds me of a bitter bread-y beer. I’m not a fan of the bitterness, but the flavor is unique, and I give mad props to 52teas for concocting a unique tea.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Hops, Yeast

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I’ve been drinking tea for a couple of years. It all began in college when a roommate had introduced me to loose leaf teas.

I figured that it was time to have a place to go to, where I can share my thoughts and opinions with others on teas; while expanding my palate and learn about new teas from others.

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