drank Pi Lo Chun by Adagio Teas
52 tasting notes

So it appears that I’m one of the few who actually quite enjoyed this! It has a nice toasty scent, but the flavour is sweet and subtly smoky, with a fresh mouthfeel. I was strict with the brewing this, since people on Adagio’s site tend to say that this can oversteep easily and usually I’m lenient with my steeping time, and I used what my best guess thought was a heaping teaspoon, but I was breaking in a new teapot so I probably used quite a bit more than a cup and a half of water (what I usually use when brewing tea for one). So I think my result may have been lighter even than most people say this is, but I quite enjoyed it and it was just what I needed for the afternoon.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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Canadian tea addict! Also a fandom nerd and perpetual student. My favourites are greens (genmaicha and a good jasmine), pu’erh (any kind—I love pu’erh), lapsang souchong, yerba mate, and guayusa. I almost seem to be one of the lone Pukka fans of Steepster, but I’m all right with that.

It’s been about two years since I’ve done anything on Steepster, but we’ll see if I find myself moved to post anything here on out. Till then, whenever that may be!



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