Tangerine Dreams

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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Type: a China Mao Feng white tea with some silver tip, spiced with cinnamon bark, candied mango, citrus peels, tangerine flavour, vanilla flavour, liquorice root and sunflower petals.

For tasting 2.8 grams of tea was steeped in 140ml water at 80⁰C for five minutes.

Leaf: a colourful mix. The dry leaf has a very distinct clean tangy aroma of sweet tangerines.

Infusion – aroma: a distinctly sweet floral citrus aroma, light but strong and redolent of sponge cake

Liquor – visual: clear pale apricot colour

Liquor – taste: distinctly sweet with a hint of bitter from the citrus peels. Resteeped with less tea (2 grams) gives a better balance for bitterness, with sweet tangerine coming through well and still the hint of moist drizzle cake.

Summary: a great flavoured tea for the sweet toothed – and no need to add extra sugar.

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My first pot of the day :) I feel a little better this morning, a tad groggy but the headache has subsided somewhat.

In raw form this tea has a sweet tangerine smell that reminds me of hard boiled sweets. In appearance you can see the Mao Feng and pieces of tangerine rind with large sunflower petals.

Once steeped this tea is orange in colour and bears a cinnamon and orange scent. The first few sips reveal a thick tangerine taste with floral highlights and spicy cinnamon undertones. It’s not as sweet as it’s raw scent but there is still a touch of it there, some may have to add extra sweetener. The tangerine tastes natural and there are no harsh flavours, everything flows rather well together. There is something creamy about it…vanilla but not noticeable in flavour just an aura of smooth creaminess.

Overall it’s very nice and a little different, a tangerine tea that is creamy, spicy and has depth despite it’s white tea base. A nice morning drink that would make a delicious iced tea. I would buy this again. :)

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

OOh this sounds lovely!


i second that! it does :)

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