Lemon Meringue Pu'erh

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Pu'erh Tea
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Alcohol, Artificial, Cream, Earth, Lemon, Meringue, Silky, Smooth, Vanilla
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Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
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I got this one because Roswell liked it, and I wanted to try it anyway since I’ve really liked all of the Pu-Erh blends from Magic Hour. I decided to make it hot western twice, and it’s super creamy. It borders a little bit of artificial elements to it, almost tasting like a boozy drink, but it’s otherwise very balanced between the vanilla, lemon and pu-erh. I rebrewed it a few times and was smooth and desserty throughout. I’m going to have to make it cold once. So far, I do like it though, and actually liked it a little bit more than the coconut white iced tea.

Flavors: Alcohol, Artificial, Cream, Earth, Lemon, Meringue, Silky, Smooth, Vanilla

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I don’t wanna jump the gun here, but this might be my favourite Magic Hour blend yet – which actually sort of sucks since I think this was limited edition. I was nervous that the earthy pu’erh might be unpleasant with the lemon and cream notes, but this was so smooth with a really bright, sweet lemony top note and a pleasantly creamy finish. It hit all the notes I’d want in a lemon meringue profile and was just overall so well balanced and flavourful.

Daylon R Thomas

Guess I’ll see if I can get that before it runs out. Did you drink it hot or iced?

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