Cold brewed for about four hours. This tastes like cranberries, raisins, figs, malt, and a little dark chocolate. Slight bitterness, but nowhere near as bitter as when I’ve tried brewing it hot. This tea reminds me a lot of an Assam because of the maltiness, dried fruit notes, and how tannic it is.

Flavors: Cranberry, Dark Chocolate, Fig, Malt, Raisins

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I mostly drink roasted oolongs, Chinese black tea, Darjeeling, and occasionally sheng puerh, aged white tea, or Japanese green tea. Assam, Ceylon, etc., don’t interest me much, and I don’t like flavored tea except Earl Grey and chai.

I don’t think rating tea is very helpful when everyone rates on a different scale and looks for different things in tea, so I will probably never rate anything I review.

Aside from tea, I also like single origin coffee, wine, and craft beer. Other interests include listening to and making music, music-related electronics, sci-fi and fantasy, writing, and cooking.



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