75
drank Sencha of the Wind by Obubu Tea
12 tasting notes

a bit too dusty/bitter tasting for me, but it smells wonderful — flowery, sweet, and after three steepings i ate the leaves with salmon furikake (wish i had rice as well) and that was wonderful. it’s a bit too light with the 160F temperature so i went up closer to 180 for shorter steepings, which is when i got a stronger astringency and vegetal taste.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 30 sec 4 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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half-taiwanese half-korean american homosexual transgender theory-oriented undergraduate student studying japanese language and literature.

particular to japanese green teas and red rooibos, wants to explore oolongs, white teas, and chai further.

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