I’m very sorry to see this go. This will be the very last sample given to me by this company, and it was an extraordinary experience.

I opened this package to treat myself after a long night. The dry maocha was a beautiful assortment. I could see long thick tendrils of forest green, platinum, and brass. They carried a slight hint of a stone fruit aroma. I placed these long sweet smelling leaves in my warmed yixing and gave them a shake. I gave the warmed leaf a whiff, and I actually “wow’d”. My brewing vessel filled my tea room with a sweet succulent aroma of sweet dried apricots and magnolia. I knew that I had chosen well to treat myself with this brew. I washed the maocha once and brewed up a few cups. The steeped leaves deepened into a spinach and collard greens aroma. The liquor was an opaque topaz and kept consistently dark throughout the session. The flavor was sweet and delectable. The initial sip was sugary and floral with a slight Qi kick. The body was full and refreshing. I wished that this was a neverending tea! The best part of this brew was after the twelfth steeping the leaves carried a brown sugar and maple scent. This was a memorable tea session, and the sheng helped cure any ailments from the previous night. Thank you again to this company for an amazing opportunity!


Flavors: Brown Sugar, Dried Fruit, Maple, Spinach, Stonefruit, Sweet

Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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