Honeysuckle Yellow

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Yellow Tea
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170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Really nice afternoon Gong Fu session while I was waiting for my tea eggs to finish! I’m honestly liking this the more that I drink it, but I’m also finding that the more I drink it the less I taste the honeysuckle in it. So it’s a bit of a catch 22.

Today’s session had such beautiful peanut notes, with an underlying grassyness and a bit of a hay note that reminded me of the timothy hay that Eilert, my guinea pig, eats. But in a good way! I love the smell of the timothy hay right out of the bag. First couple infusions had an almost “lemon pepper” taste but it quickly subsided. Last infusions had that sort of refreshing “mountain air” kind of taste.

Mmm!

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I enjoyed this a lot – I am a HUGE honeysuckle lover, both flavor and scent. In fact, I think it is my love of it that made me a little disappointed when the tea didn’t smell like someone shoved some honeysuckle in my face. Unrealistic expectations, I know. But, I wasn’t disappointed by the flavor. It is naturally sweet, the tea doesn’t overwhelm or get drowned out by the floral notes, and it resteeped pretty well for me.

I will say I preferred it when I added a drop of honey to bring out the sweetness more reminiscent of tasting honeysuckle flowers, and I let it cool. But I prefer teas that are memory triggers, and noshing on honeysuckle after swimming in the pool in the summer at our house when we lived in West Chester when I was 8 is a tough one to evoke.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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So happy to be able to say that I blended with a yellow tea :)

Also, my best friend and I nailed down the steeping advice on this one (which, 30seconds changes A LOT with this tea)

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