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drank Golden Oolong Tea by Vinis Premium tea
1900 tasting notes

The last of my teas to review from my swap with Michelle – thank you!

The first sip of this feels a little watery tasting, but only the first sip. The color is dark and there is a distinct roasted coffee bean flavor and aroma. For some reason, lately I seem to like the bagged oolongs better than the loose leaf. Probably means I’m obviously not a connoisseur of such fancy teas. I tried an oolong from Yunnan Sourcing the other day and just couldn’t get into it.

Side note – the tag on this little tea bag is awfully cute! It has a bright yellow flower with red on the edges. Maybe a daisy? I don’t normally comment on tea bag tags, but this is one is really vibrant and fun.

Flavors: Astringent, Coffee, Roasted

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

This one makes a good travel tea, it won’t get bitter no matter how I try to over steep it :)


I don’t often take teas on the go because I never can seem to plan ahead, but I imagine a quick (good) bagged tea like this one might change that. I have an old Teavana tumbler with a strainer basket but hadn’t thought to throw a couple bags of tea in there for the road. I usually take everything in my bag and make a cup once I’m at work. I have so many tea bags in my tea cabinet, I probably need to play around and find some good ones for this once I’m back in the office.

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There was very interesting offer but I think got fake it was clay lined thermos


Interesting, I didn’t even know clay-lined thermoses existed!

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drank Earl Grey by Vinis Premium tea
15 tasting notes

- with milk and a spoonful of honey -
I’ve had this in my pantry for a very long time and I wasn’t sure why until I tried some recently. One of the worst teas I’ve ever had, not sure if it was this bad because it’s kind of old or if this is the reason I left it in the pantry for so long. Probably the second since I usually drink all of my earl grey tea very quickly.

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 0 sec 18 OZ / 532 ML

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I use this as iced tea. It is lovely. The best method is to cold brew in airtight cup overnight in fridge. I use a vacuum-sealed cup similar to the Yeti. Fill the cup up with water and place 2 tea bags in cup. Put sandwich baggie under lid to keep in flavor. Wnjoy next day. Or just boil water and brew for 3 mins pour over full cup of ice and fill rest with water. Still good this way. You can taste the jasmine. Really good.

32 OZ / 946 ML

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This is my current everyday tea. Why? Because 1. it is inexpensive, 2. because it is white tea (one of my favorites). This tea has a great flavor. It is a leafy and dry tea. The taste of jasmine is not too strong to be detected. At first flavors seem a bit leafy but that gives way to a soft and gentle sweet taste.

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec 0 g 7 OZ / 200 ML

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(Aroma: light ginger, leafy) light, crisp, refreshing, apple notes

Flavors: Apple, Ginger

200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML

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Surprisingly, this is one of the tastiest white teas I’ve ever had! I cut open the bag and steep mine in an infuser. Also, I add some honey to my tea. In the end, it’s nice and crisp with /just/ the right amount of sweetness.

4 min, 30 sec

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