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drank Jasmine Green by PeLi Teas
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Another tea I had while waiting for my next flight at the airport after my original one had been canceled; I wanted something sweet so I ended up adding quite a lot of cream and sugar to this, but it still had a really good taste in my opinion! It was quite rich, almost a little citrus-y even…? A good ear grey I say (wow that rhymed). The packaging was really nice too HAHA it had like the… preparation info on the pouch it came in AND THE POUCH WAS LIKEREALLY SOFT TOO IDK I liked it… a lot. :’|

Would like to try more of PeLi’s teas sometime!

Boiling 8 min or more

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I am not big on Oolong tea’s. This one is ok, Not my favorite.

175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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There wasn’t much of this tea left, so I’m extremely excited they were willing to provide me some of this tea.

This Pu’er is loose, not pressed into a cake. Its leaves a mixture of light and medium brown. The aroma is light and earthy, more of dirt than moss with some hints are a woody quality I thought similar of a tree bark.

The liquor steeps to a wonderful dark motor oil brown and has a smooth airy aroma with similar earth overtones as in the aroma and more mild wood notes. The second steeping is equally aromatic and flavorful.

The texture of the brew is extremely smooth. There’s almost no astringency or acidity at all. The flavor profile is also more of earthen qualities and less mossy than I expected.

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Very pleasantly surprised with this oolong. Most oolongs I have tasted have that earthy taste which I love, but not this one. It is very light tasting, yet flavorful. I think I will try to taste this oolong without the flavoring to get a feel for the true flavor of the oolong.

175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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drank Ti Quan Yin by PeLi Teas
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I’m starting to get more into ti quan yin’s. This was left over from my trip to the World Tea Expo. Tasty stuff, even though it was brewed from a pyramid pouch using waiting-room-coffee-machine hot water.

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