Enjoyed very much the initial campfire smoke with lingering aftertaste. From the 2nd steep on, the campfire smokiness lessened and began to be upstaged by chocolate, cacao, then some (candied) fruit appearing and then taking over the chocolate. The lingering aftertastes left me smacking my tongue, had some grip.

I definitely would want to have this tea on hand.

Flavors: Campfire, Chocolate, Fruity

5 g 3 OZ / 75 ML

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I am new to tasting, so I am adjusting my ratings of each tea to accommodate my new experiences and learning.

But overall this is my logic:

95+ are teas I want to have on hand and buy again. I am willing to save my money for them (within reason) and measure out every last 10th of a gram.

90-94 are teas that I highly praise and recommend, but they are not ones that I prioritize to buy again and have on hand.

80-89 are teas that I am thankful for trying, but I would rather save my money if necessary to buy a 95+ tea.

If I do not rate a tea, it means I feel bad about giving a score of 79 or less and would prefer the community and experts weigh in with their math.

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