21 Tasting Notes
Steeped with the breville as “white tea” for 6:30 at 85C, and sweetened with splenda. Oh man this is DELICIOUS. I’m starting to believe that the breville settings are more reliable than the standard “brew as” things they write in the labels from david’s tea – I can’t believe all their teas brew at 98C. This tastes MUCH BETTER at 85C.You should try it.
I really wanted to love this tea. Maybe I had too much expectations because it smells so good. I even bought a full tin. I tried it so many different ways, steeped in boiling water, according to the tin instructions, steeped as green tea, with honey, but it always, always tastes like those cheap green tea oversteeped (is that even a word?) served in asian restaurants.
I can give my tin away. I hate it.