Butter Me Up

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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From Luhse Tea

Boxer has an eye for sweet things. We’re not talking the ladies, but desserts. Despite his gym rat, health conscience, buff-man exterior, his core desire is to devour every cake, cookie, and candy in sight. In an attempt to satisfy his unhealthy longings, he covers canvases with treats of all varieties. The smell of this butterscotch white tea makes him salivate. It’s one sweet treat he doesn’t feel guilty about indulging in.
For the hedonist who doesn’t compromise, butterscotch, naturally sweet, will warm the cockles of your heart.

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This is the second of my Luhse white tea samples, and the only flavoured one I picked up. The dry leaf is an interesting prospect – black-brown white peony leaves, pink peppercorns, and yellow marigold petals. The really arresting this is the scent – it’s like liquid butterscotch. Very rich, with an almost alcoholic edge. I used 1 tsp of leaf for my cup, and gave it 2.5 minutes in water cooled to around 170 degrees. The resulting liquor is a very pale yellow-green, the scent sadly diminished.

Possibly nothing can taste like this tea smells dry. I’m a little saddened that the intensity of the initial scent doesn’t match the flavour, but that’s nothing more than I expected. There is a sweet, caramel-like flavour to this one, but it’s not as strong as I’d have liked it to be. All the same, it’s a pleasant, lightly flavoured white tea, and makes for a refreshing sweet treat on a warm day.

170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp

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