mmmmm delicious!! This brew contains some of my favorite flavors. It balances well with the fruity of the gojis, herbal of the flowers, and finishes with the roast of a dark oolong. I brewed western with my press. The steeping itself smelled delectable. Its an almost amazonian aroma. I can smell jungles and mist all in the peak of spring. I really wish I had more of this, I guess I’ll have to stock up. The flavor is a calm but vibrant taste. It starts with punch of the gojis and smooths out with the dark oolong. It has a living wood kind of taste. The jasmine is almost non-existent except for the aroma. Then, the jasmine shows up with a floral and pleasing aftertaste. Altogether this is an enjoyable brew.

Flavors: Fruit Punch, Goji, Green Wood, Jasmine, Smooth

190 °F / 87 °C 4 min, 45 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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