Second tasting, after having steeped in the fridge for about nineteen to twenty hours. First glass is without sugar- still tart at the end, but the tartness has mellowed out a little. The floral flavors have intensified a little, showing themselves more towards the end of the sip. Citrus and fruity flavors are there, nice and intense, with just the right amount of sweetness. I think I have identified the previously unknown fruity flavor as the grapefruit. It definitely has the distinctive taste. Second glass is with two spoonful’s of natural sugar. The sugar definitely balances out the tartness. The bitter taste at the back of the mouth is gone. Nice and sweet, with the sugar bringing out the citrus flavors even more. This is a wonderful iced tea (as long as it has sugar, that is). Not sure I would like it as a hot tea, but I love it as iced.

Iced 8 min or more

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Lover of poetry, gaming, books, and now tea. Beginner in the world of loose leaf teas, just starting to comprehend the intricacies and flavors.

Also started to keep a Tea Journal, to record all my experiences with loose leaf teas.


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