Organic Nonpareil Fujian Black Tea

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Orange Zest, Wheat, Brown Sugar, Malt
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Sil
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 5 g 6 oz / 192 ml

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Natural sweet potato and floral aromas, sweet smell along with caramel aroma, very pleasant

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152 tasting notes

This tea has an aroma of bran flakes. It is a fruitier black tea with flavors of bran and orange peel. It is a high quality tea, but I have trouble enjoying fruity notes in tea.

Flavors: Orange Zest, Wheat

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 g 5 OZ / 147 ML

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tea from earlier today. trying to get organised for the week – checking out the cloth diapers we picked up for caliegh…figuring out if i can visit with work any time this week. Just need to start making more of a routine to my days. Now that the weather is getting warmer and the sun is shining we can start to get out and explore the world! this was a great cup to start the day. smooth, not too strong, but not weak. Will write more when i can grab another cup though as i lost track of time.

Kittenna

The weather is making me happy too! Spring is a better time to have a baby than fall. We’ve been on one walk already, and I really need to get a carrier to I can take him out without the stroller.

Also, so curious what you picked up for cloth diapers!

Sil

We sort of planned it that way. I didn’t want to be pregnant in the summer and I couldn’t handle being cooped up in winter with a newborn. It was getting close to a point where we would have stopped trying so that neither of those things happened haha

Will fb you re: cloth diapers

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Smooth, very slightly astringent, and a rich, malted flavor profile. Rather mild, for a black tea, and dark golden brown in the mug.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Malt

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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I had to buy from Teavivre’s black tea sale as I bought nothing from Black Friday (also, rewards points, gift card to use). Also, a sale on the SAMPLES is perfect for me, as I love the smaller amounts of tea rather than stocking up on a ton of each. I’ve got both my basket infusers back in action after a good cleaning so now I’m at FULL STEEPING POWER once again. haha. I’m going to try steeping all these Teavivre black teas by similar parameters and I think two teaspoons has worked pretty well for me in the past with Teavivre black teas. I would probably never try this pricey tea if it wasn’t on sale, but I’m glad I did! The dry leaves are almost fully black and have the fragrance of sweet potatoes. The brew is the color of honey and the flavor has a unique sort of special quality to it: the flavor is the sweetest of sweet potatoes drizzled with something else very sweet. There is even a syrupy mouthfeel, as well as a starchy quality. So everything about this tea could almost be like sweet potatoes drizzled in honey. I wouldn’t say this has a flavor I expect from Fujian teas from what I’ve experienced in terms of flavor from Fujian teas in the past. The second and third steeps seem very similar to the first, BUT those steeps do lose that extra special sweetness that the first cup had. So maybe I should have steeped even less with cooler water on the first steep just to get that extra specialness to last through the next two steeps (of course, there is no hint of astringency at all). But that first steep was fantastic. I have to wonder though, what I might be missing in flavor when I’m steeping these western rather than gong fu. I did wait to read Teavivre’s description and they do mention sweet potatoes and caramel, so I feel a little bit justified in having that second opinion. Also, Teavivre does suggest steeping four teaspoons for a full mug, but that would be using almost all 10 grams that I have and I don’t want to risk having the flavor be the same anyway (using 2 or 4 teaspoons). But I like the resulting cup this way well enough anyway. I’m not entirely sure how much extra specialness this tea has compared to their other black tea offerings, as most of their black teas seem high quality with almost similar flavor properties.
Steep #1 // 2 teaspoons in full mug // 17 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #2 // 12 minutes after boiling // 3 minute steep
Steep #3 // just boiled // 3 steep
Harvest: 2018

Edited to add: Teavivre, as always, did a FANTASTIC job of organizing and shipping (and having the patience for) these samples. The smaller foil samples in the big pouches. I LOVE their pouches, never throw them out, reuse them for more extensive tea storing when I’ve finished the Teavivre teas in them.

Cameron B.

I got a giant pile of samples from the sale, too! ❤

Bluegreen

Wow, you got it fast – my samples are still in transit.

Kawaii433

Bluegreen, mine too, from early December.

ashmanra

I got my samples and I bought this one, too! Love it! I hadn’t thought about keeping the empty pouches, though. Great idea!

tea-sipper

ashmanra – Teavivre’s pouches are VERY reusable especially when they have the second foil packaging on the inside. I’m glad you enjoyed this one. :D

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