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So I’m working my way up the smokiness green tea chain right now… last bag was a gun powder… so now we are at chunmee style. I like it. Where I feel that gun powders get a little tiring for me ( the way that too much jasmine in a row gets old ) so this is a great in the middle tea.
A little mellower in the smoky earthy category and mellower in green taste too. Some times I get almost a pouchong smoothness… sometimes more like a anji-ish flavor.
Yum. This one is a well balanced one too so depending on what I’m thinking about I’ll get a little more from flavor column A or a little more from flavor column B and I enjoy that. What’s me think about where my mind is…
Which is currently SCATTERED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. AKA last weekend Orlando… this weekend CT… the weekend after that Baltimore… and then NYC… and then NC… THEN a week off… plus day job. I wonder which city this 2oz will last through…
Looks like an attempt of Adagio’s Fox Trot loose leaf blend at first glance…but it doesn’t smell like it. You can smell other things going on but the Rooibos is coming thru more than the other items in this mix. It steeps fast and the color is a nice reddish brown…more brown than red like some Rooibos ‘teas’. It certainly doesn’t taste like Adagio’s Fox Trot so I know they aren’t going for that after all…but…it’s a unique blend. A nice natural sweet but a bit herbal with the Chamomile as well. A little floral – but just a hint. A nice cup. I’m enjoying it.