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drank Organic Green Tea by Prince of Peace
774 tasting notes

Urgh, Steepster ate my note. And it was slightly humorous. My note has vanished and so has the humor.

I came home from lunch to review a tea instead of proceeding to the tire shop. I have an obsession.

Unknown pot size, unknown temperature, steep time somewhere between 3-5 minutes. This organic, bagged Chinese green tea has a strong enough aroma and tastes to cut through a full Korean lunch of beef bulgogi and banchan. Another reviewer said punchy, I say indeed, despite the lack of any bitterness. Grass, lemon, mineral, light seaweed and very faint smoke. If there was any sweetness to this tea, it was masked by the sweetness of the fish cakes. A solid accompaniment!

Flavors: Grass, Lemon, Mineral, Seaweed, Smoke

gmathis

Well, the review vs. tire shop made me chuckle, even if your original opus didn’t see the light of day :)

derk

I didn’t completely scoff at the arguably less important task of the day. Turns out my tires weren’t in stock anyway.

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gmathis

Well, the review vs. tire shop made me chuckle, even if your original opus didn’t see the light of day :)

derk

I didn’t completely scoff at the arguably less important task of the day. Turns out my tires weren’t in stock anyway.

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Tea habits:

Among my favorites are all teas Nepali, sheng puerh, Wuyi yancha, Taiwanese oolong, a variety of black (red) teas from all over, herbal tisanes. I keep a few green and white teas on hand. Shou puerh is a cold weather brew. Tiny teapots and gaiwans are my usual brewing vessels when not preparing morning cups western style and pouring into my work thermos. Friend of teabags.

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