First of all, thanks to Angel and Teavivre! It always brightens my day when I find new tea in the mail.

The dry leaves are intensely aromatic and full with a beautiful lively green color to them…simply mouthwatering. The liquid taste as fresh and sweet as the dry leaves smell, a beautiful light gold in my glass cup. I have heard the comparison of tasting similar to sweet creamed corn and I can see where it comes from. There is a light bite that comes through which stays on my tongue, making me want more. This tea says spring to me.

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I’m currently studying for a Psychology major with a minor in Philosophy at Texas Tech University.

I love Chinese tea! I drink my tea hot almost every time without additives such as sweetener. Oolong is quickly becoming one of my favorite teas, with green close behind.

Im toying with the rating system and expanding my knowlegde of teas so I may switch around the ratings from time to time as I compare.

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