We’ve been drinking this a lot, recently – I think I finally fully converted my Dad, who keeps asking me to make him some more :D Plus, with it being Norouz recently, we had another Iranian family over to celebrate, and this was the tea he chose to serve to them all :D

It’s still just as deliciously fragrant and citrussy as ever. A perfect compliment to some gaz or sohan, or maybe even with the delicious little cream cakes and buns that are traditional to serve at this time of year.

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Junior doctor and casual tea-drinker.

It’s been a busy few years for me – I’ve graduated from med school and I’m now working full time as a junior doctor in a small UK hospital. I’ve returned Steepster to continue to learn, take recommendations and share my experiences :-)

I remain particularly keen to try lots of new teas, especially Pu Erhs and Oolongs!

I’m also happy to swap, particularly within the UK! If you see anything in my cupboard that you wanna try, please don’t be afraid to ask! Most of them I have at least 25 g of, so a 5 g sample or so will be no trouble :-)


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