Yes yes yes. I came back home from delegation, thirsty like hell and i was thinking – which one to drink. Ive decided to go for second part of the sample i got from Scott, just to give it another try. Previously i have brewed it with boiling water for more than 10 seconds few first steeps (8g of tea), now – since i wanted something to relax with, i went with 5g of tea and 5 secs first one and i was stunned. Very floral, very sweet, very refreshing yet relaxing and with the scratch at the back coming from tasty bitternes hardly noticeable with first infusions. Second one and 2 more i went with 10 seconds. First colder water – this one got me some more bitter notes then again with boiling and it came back to sweetnes playing first violin. I dont know what changed the experience – either me beeing tired, or tea airing 2 weeks more, or experimenting with temperature and timing – yet i have found tea that put me on my back floating with couds aside. Now when im checking my mouth – still sweetness with little camomile and sunflower notes. Enjoyable like hell :)

195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 150 OZ / 4436 ML

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Psychologist, psychotherapist and psychosocial skills trainer. Having 2 cats that owns him. Cultivator of emptiness and loving kindness. More “lets chill” than “lets act” attituder. Sc-fi and fantasy lover (Tolkienist in particular, but not only). Tea drinker since ages, shu friend (no possibility of trying good sheng at Poland before) now making friendship with raw pu-erh.



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