Third time’s a charm. I cold brewed this one overnight with the wet leaves after brewing it with hot water. I wasn’t in the mood for re-steeping, but didn’t want the tea to go to waste.

It cold brews beautifully. It came out a lovely light yellowish green tint and had that bitter quality I like in greens.

Flavors: Bitter

Iced 8 min or more 5 g 24 OZ / 709 ML

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Hi, I’ve just discovered the wide world of tea. I’m still trying to find out what my preferences are, although I’ve discovered I enjoy Chinese teas more than Indians. I love ripe pu-erhs; I haven’t tried any raws yet, but would love to. Never tried oolongs before (hope to take care of that very soon). I like the flavor of plain teas, so I tend to avoid anything mixed with stuff. I do love those jasmine scented green though.


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