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drank Nine Lotus by Mandala Tea
1289 tasting notes

Nothing like the therapeutic soak of Chinese green tea leaves in a bowl of hot water.

Soothing, creamy much like soymilk with a forward sweetness balanced by fine grass astringency, fine sorrel acidity, fine wet granite minerality.  Hints of buffalo grass and leafy herbs.

The leaves float.  Good news is they’re edible.

I will be sure to order Nine Lotus from Mandala with my next order to bathe longer in these leaves’ calm.  Thank you yet again, Kawaii :)

Flavors: Buffalo Grass, Creamy, Grass, Herbs, Mineral, Soybean, Sweet, Tangy, Wet Rocks

mrmopar

So you can have your tea and eat it too.

Kawaii433

I like some of my edible tea leaves with soy sauce and lemon hehe

derk

Indeed, mrmopar :)

Kawaii, I tried a dash of soy sauce with my last bag of gyokuro and enjoyed it!

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mrmopar

So you can have your tea and eat it too.

Kawaii433

I like some of my edible tea leaves with soy sauce and lemon hehe

derk

Indeed, mrmopar :)

Kawaii, I tried a dash of soy sauce with my last bag of gyokuro and enjoyed it!

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I most enjoy loose-leaf, unflavored teas and tisanes. Always on the lookout for teas from countries and regions not commonly known for tea production or those that are not well represented in the western market. I seek these teas to gain an understanding, however vague, of how this plant performs in different climates.

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