98 Tasting Notes


This teapot is dedicated to black teas only. Holds heat really well and the craftsmanship is absolutely superb. I also love the artistry in this teapot a great deal. The pot has a crisp metallic ring when the lid is lifted slightly and gently dropped. This is one of three teapots I purchase from MissTeapots and all of them are of amazing quality. Highly recommend this seller!

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I have the 300ml version. I use it for white and flavored teas most of the time. I also carry it with me when I travel and have concerns that my more expensive pots might get broken.
It’s a great little teapot that performs well.

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I have to have one at home and at any office I work. This is non-negotiable! _

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I don’t think I could live without this boiler. My wife wanted to borrow mine for a month and I didn’t hesitate to immediately (and I mean overnight) buy another one. Do I regret having two? NOPE! Never out of water to brew tea and I can set each at different temps when I want to switch from Puerh to Oolong tea on a whim. Love this thing!

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The dry leaves have a sweet green, grass, apple scent.
Wet leaves have a pleasant green oolong scent
Only time for one steeping. :(

Feel like I should have steeped this longer.
Color: Pale green. Very light flavor, a little sweetness to it like honeydew. Bit of a grassy note, but not in a bad way. A good oolong, but nothing to write home about in this steeping. I’ll try again tomorrow with a longer steep.

Flavors: Cut Grass, Melon

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 250 ML

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This is really good! If you want a little more of the black tea flavor steep more towards 4 minutes, if you want the mango flavoring steep more towards 3 – 3:30 minutes.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 270 OZ / 7984 ML

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Forgot to actually rate the tea _
This one is quite good. I’ll be happily drinking this one again. _

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 270 OZ / 7984 ML

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Aroma of the wet leaves is a mellow and pleasant mango. I’m sure I’m noting this because the cranberry black tea I had yesterday had an overpowering almost unnatural aroma to the wet leaves.

1st Steeping (3 min): Color – light amber. Aroma – subtle mango. Taste – Smooth blend of black tea and mango with neither overpowering the other. Has some fruity, floral notes going on. Pleasant dry finish. Really like that the taste of the black tea is still readily discerned. I probably should have steeped for an additional 30sec to give the flavor of the black tea a little more bite.

2nd Steeping (3.5min): Really balanced tea. I usually don’t like flavored teas because the added scents and flavors usually drown out the taste of the tea, but this one is a wonderful blend with a dry fruity finish

Flavors: Apple, Fruity, Mango, Tea

205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 9 OZ / 270 ML

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Ok, I shortened my steeping time just a little bit and man is the is yummy flavored tea. I’m generally not partial to flavored teas, but this one could grow on me. Still not sure I’ll buy it in any large amount, but I won’t hesitate to share a cup if it’s available! :)
The only negative for me is just how powerful the cranberry aroma is in the wet leaves after the first couple of steepings.

Flavors: Apple, Cranberry, Fruity, Plum

Boiling 3 min, 15 sec 1 tsp 270 OZ / 7984 ML

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Wow, the aroma of the the wet leaves is unreal! Almost over powering when I initially opened the teapot.

First steep: Bit of a tangy note with a dry finish. Has a real fruity taste beyond the obvious cranberry flavor that’s hard to describe. I can detect almonds in the finish. That maybe part of the fruity flavor I’m trying to pin down.

Second steep: Tangy note is gone (perhaps I over steeped a bit on the 1st one) and the fruity note is bright and pronounced with notes of apple and plum. I don’t know that this is one that I’d keep regularly stocked, but it’s really good.

Third steep: That’s REALLY good! I think I should make the first few steepings a bit shorter. Has a nice sweetness to it now. Wonderful fruity flavor with a crisp dry finish and a mellow plum and apple aftertaste.

I’ll have to play around with this tea more. It may actually be better than I gave it credit for.

Flavors: Almond, Cranberry, Fruity, Tangy

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 9 OZ / 270 ML

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Massive tea junkie with a love for yixing tea pots, teapets and vintage puerh teas. Software engineer by trade, all code fueled by tea and EDM (usually deep house or liquid dnb). _

Mostly for my own reference (My teapot details):
Pot: Blue Peony
Mat: Porcelain
Tea: White/Green
Vol: 250cc

Pot: Zhulang (By Liang Shoukun)
Mat: Yixing – Di Cao Quig
Tea: Black
Vol: 270cc

Pot: GuanYin Relief
Mat: Yixing – Golden Duan ni
Tea: Shou Pu’erh
Vol: 290cc

Pot: Purchased in Korea
Mat: Zisha ShuiNi (Zhuni)
Tea: Sheng Pu’erh
Vol: 200cc

Pot: Decal Xishi (By Sun Haiyan 孙海燕)
Mat: Yixing – Hei Liao
Tea: Oolong
Vol: 250cc

Pot: Cranes Ascend to Heaven
Mat: Pure Silver 999
Tea: ?
Vol: 220cc

Pot: Hario Chacha Kyusu Maru
Mat: Glass
Tea: Flavored/Tisanes/Other
Vol: 300cc

Pot: Kingso
Mat: High borosilicate glass
Tea: (needs repair)
Vol: 250cc


Maryland, USA



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