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Pair this one with Bach. And stick your pinky up. Brewed this leaf two different ways in one gaiwan. Started with room temp water at a ninja park. Cold brewing revealed a smooth mouthfeel with no astringency. The flavors were definitely woody and earthy. Light pine, sap, and resin. Refreshing like menthol without the menthol zap. Redwood bark and fresh mulch. There is also something familiar that I can’t quite put my finger on. The aftertaste stays with you for quite awhile. Very earthy and cooling. The cool wet aroma is woody and earthy. Wet and fresh. But when steeped hot it becomes a bit fishy in both aroma and flavor but the other notes stay the same.
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Mercuryhime sent me a bit of this and I couldn’t find a listing on Steepster so I added one…if there is another listing for this tea I can contact Ricky to merge :)
This is a nicely flavored black. The black tea strength is a little bit on the lighter side and the apricot is certainly present but not overly intense…but…then again, I am a fan of Apricot so my personal preference level may be a bit different than the average persons.