Very nice tea. Some chocolate in the aroma, but translates more to a maple syrup-like flavor and sweetness, which is better in my opinion. Comes through nice and strong with a full black tea flavor but no bitterness. This would be a excellent choice for a breakfast tea for those who don’t add milk or sugar. Impressive quality in the tea leaves, but maybe lacking a bit in complexity. Also, the fine little “hairs” from the leaves are abundant and even make their way through my t-sac paper filters. If you leave a pot of this tea sitting, it will rapidly grow darker likely due to these fine particles. Luckily this darker brew is still sweet, pleasant, and drinkable but the flavor noticeably alters. Maybe it is best to brew this by the cup. In either scenario, the fine particles are not noticeable when drinking. No mouthful of leaves or anything like that.

Flavors: Maple Syrup

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 5 g 16 OZ / 473 ML

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I love tea. Mainly Chinese teas, such as Keemuns, Shui Xian oolongs when I can find them, Yunnan golden buds, and delicate spring greens. With so many options, though, I keep trying new teas.


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