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Dark Chocolate, Malt, Sweet
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  • “I have so many samples to catch up on! This one was from Liquid Proust. I had this yesterday and found it to be a good malty chocolatey black tea. I have to admit , I was a bit distracted while...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Up late sipping some goodness :) I been running low on tea cuz moneys tight and Andrew from Liquid Proust Teas sent me some goodies to drink, a bunch of oolongs and some puerhs and this one Yay!! I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown (132)! Thank you Liquid Proust for the sample! I’m pretty sure the spelling of “Fuijan” is a typo and it’s meant to be “Fujian” but since it’s a typo you seem to have made across the...” Read full tasting note
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From Liquid Proust Teas

Liquid Proust Teas suggest to brew this with boiling water for 2 minutes and 45 seconds.

Personal note from Andrew:
As someone who didn’t like black teas for awhile, this is one of those black teas that make me wonder why I was like that for so long.

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I have so many samples to catch up on! This one was from Liquid Proust.

I had this yesterday and found it to be a good malty chocolatey black tea. I have to admit , I was a bit distracted while drinking it but I know it was pretty good.

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Up late sipping some goodness :)
I been running low on tea cuz moneys tight and Andrew from Liquid Proust Teas sent me some goodies to drink, a bunch of oolongs and some puerhs and this one Yay!! I loves Fuijan black teas, Thanks a million Andrew you are Awesome!
This one is Yummy to me just like some others that I’ve had, dark chocolatey, malty, roasty sweet goodness :)
This is the kind of tea that makes me happy so it gets a straight up 100 score from me.

Flavors: Dark Chocolate, Malt, Sweet

Thomas Edward(Toad)

my last post before this one was 2 months ago? really?
damn i dunno whats wrong with me

Liquid Proust

As long as you were drinking tea, nothing.
Now, if you were not we will have to have a group meeting…

Terri HarpLady

I don’t post nearly as often as I used to, in part due to the fact that I’ve already reviewed pretty much everything I have, often more than once. Also, just a busier pace of life. I still drink tea all day long though :)

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Sipdown (132)!

Thank you Liquid Proust for the sample! I’m pretty sure the spelling of “Fuijan” is a typo and it’s meant to be “Fujian” but since it’s a typo you seem to have made across the board, I’m leaving it as it’s displayed on your Etsy page.

I even did a Google search before writing up the review just to make sure this isn’t a common variant spelling and I was being a dunce but I can’t find anything that points to that.

Dry, the leaf looks a little broken up and doesn’t really give off much of a scent. Perhaps a little bit of a cocoa aroma, but I could also be grasping at straws with that observation. I steeped this up hot and plain and using the recommended steeping directions on LP’s Etsy page as a guide.

I’m enjoying this cup of tea. I don’t love it as much as I do a good Assam, but it’s a nice change of pace. Mostly it tastes like a good baker’s chocolate with a little bit of bitterness – which is a welcomed flavour when it comes to baker’s chocolate or dark chocolate. I also has some smokier top notes which wasn’t what I was expecting to taste, and a sweeter, fruity and honey like finish. There’s not really much more to go on about though; this is a simple enough tea with some basic flavours that I’m finding enjoyable to sip on.

In my opinion, it’s not the best offering from Liquid Proust Teas – and to be fair it’s the only straight/pure tea I’ve tried from the store but I’m probably not making a grand leap to assume that Andrew’s strong suit is probably his blended/flavoured teas which display a greater level of creativity than this tea does.

Liquid Proust

U and I should never be separated, especially by a J… hehe :)

But seriously, I agree: That dude shouldn’t be selling straight teas :/

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