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  • “Not sure why it’s called Silky Green—it’s definitely an oolong. This is an amazingly flavorful tea. I actually brought it in my purse to the LA tea festival and had James Norwood Pratt smell it. I...” Read full tasting note
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Not sure why it’s called Silky Green—it’s definitely an oolong. This is an amazingly flavorful tea. I actually brought it in my purse to the LA tea festival and had James Norwood Pratt smell it. I wanted to know—could this be unflavored? He said yes. And Bird Pick has since updated their description in the store to confirm it has no added ingredients.

BUTTERY. Silky smooth. If you steep for 3 mins, it smells and tastes like buttered popcorn. Going gong fu style, it’s still plenty silky and buttery, but more vegetal. Love this one, and the leaves are humongous!

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