Had High Tea brunch with my mom back when I lived in Rochester. The Queen of Hearts tea The Mad Hatter Tea Room serves pairs well with their little sweets and tea sandwiches. Has a very mildly sweet berry flavor, but there is some creaminess balancing out the black tea. The liquid is a reddish-amber color.

Flavors: Berries, Cream, Raspberry

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Korean-American freelance writer & illustrator/concept artist.

Not much experience, so my reviews are very much ‘ymmv’. Got into tea during a month-long trek through China, where I got to research some tea history and experience gongfu tea ceremony in Guangdong.

My friends think I get overboard and ‘fancy’ with teas, but my favorites tend to be stuff I grew up drinking like náaihchà, red teas (NOT rooibos)/whatever’s commonly served in yum cha and bori-cha- which I drink straight. I do use honey, lemon juice, milk/cream, or Demerara sugar in some other teas.

Got some ‘Congou’ tea from visiting colonial Williamsburg a few years back and have been fruitlessly trying to pin down what it actually is.

Likes: fruity (lychee, black currant, melon, apple), citrus, muscatel, creamy, nutty, cinnamon, chamomile, mint- don’t really mind high astringency for some reason?

Dislikes: Smoke/Tobacco, licorice, pepper, anything reminiscent of alcohol/overly malty. Most herbal & Yerba Mate.


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