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As I’m entering the world of loose leaf teas Whispering Pines has been a solid company and I like how there is much variety yet it’s small attention to detail. This tea got my attention by how bold it stated to be. Indeed the brew (in a giawan gongfu style) brewed up a nice amber elixir that was very fruity, jammy and a bit musk not very much cocoa noats as some of the other teas, but this is just me, and it’s a rich mouthfeel this one is a wake you up fruity yet earthy black. I liked it very much and the name is just too cute.

Flavors: Baked Bread, Broth, Brown Toast, Cherry, Citrus, Cream, Dates, Fruity, Honey, Molasses, Muscatel, Musty, Red Fruits

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 90 OZ / 2661 ML

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I am a homemaker, amerature photographer and an ex smoker who is now Vaping. I also am an avid tea lover. I live in the DC area, not many tea places around other than Ten Ren but a few nice places like Teasim which is where I discovered loose leaf teas about 18 years ago. I fell out of tea and recently due to Instagram fell back into tea and am exploring new teas. I love all the colors of tea, no Lipton please though, but am just starting to explore Pureh tea. Any advise is appreciated. As I interact more with my teafriends on Instagram I"m more exposed to types of teas and good vendors and my collection is growing both of tea and teaware. Since joining here I’ve squired quite a bit so organization is a must. I’ll be filling out my cupboard here and get a move on with tasting notes and blogging. I’ve sorta joined here but forgot this wonderful sites’ use. Follow me, lets be tea friends, teach me I can learn.

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