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From Joseph Wesley Black Tea

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Thank you so much hawkband1! I’ve always wanted to try Joseph Wesley, but I’ve never had the courage to buy from them. And I agree with you on this one. It was very oily for an oolong. The dry leaf reminded me of a tropical candle. I did a western brew of half the package for the first time losing track of the minutes. It turned out pretty nice, emphasis on the green and florals. Buttery and thick with a little bit of sweetness like a honey or cinnamon sugar butter. Surprisingly crisp both in the first steep and later steeps. Very grassy, but very refreshing. Light color, heavy body. Nice sweetness on the roof of my mouth even after drinking. Yielded five solid brews western. The last one had a distinct vanilla and grassy taste.

Again, thank you so much!

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Sipdown. Backlog
This tea suffered from being open to air for a while.
190F, gaiwan
lilac, floral
I don’t think I drank that many steeps of this.

Flavors: Floral

Daylon R Thomas

I wonder if it’s gone the wayside with age. I loved it when I had the sample you gave.


I think so. My previous tasting note (& yours!) were so different.

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