Eastern Beauty

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From TeaGschwendner

The classic among mildly fermented teas. Originally from Formosa, these infatuating sweet top qualities are nowadays produced in China as well. Full-bodied, golden yellow cup with lots of character.

11 g tea leaves (3 heaping tablespoons) to 1 liter filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 2.5 min., also tasty when sweetened with white rock candy.

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Had this one yesterday.

At work in the tea department, there’s a rotation every Friday and someone brings in bagels or some other form of baking. This Friday, the person who’s turn it was brought in freshly baked croissants. So, I got to start off my work day by sitting with a few coworkers and sharing a pot of tea over croissants. It was lovely!

The tea itself was pretty nice; I’ve had a handful of teas from TeaGschwendner lately and I think this is the one that I’ve enjoyed the most? It was smooth and had a nice marriage of honey and nutty notes, with some floral undertones. Not overly complex, but a great general taste and a REALLY good complimenting flavour to flaky, buttery pastries!


Evol Ving Ness

And the baked goods in Montreal are STELLAR, so there’s that.

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