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Flavors: Creamy, Jasmine, Milk
First, this is not a tea for light drinker. Strong on the wood taste and earthy notes with a bit astringent finish. Depending on your tea/water ratio and brewing time, the wood notes get stronger. My first and second brew s (3.5 gr/100 ml – 2 minutes ) are quite strong and leave a pleasant smokey taste. The third brew, which is the best, is much smoother and addresses most tea drinkers. The brew time is again 2 minutes
The Hatvala information card claims it’s good with your favorite (whatever that means) whiskey. I think it could go well with a smooth malt with flower notes to balance.
Flavors: Wet Earth, Wet Wood, Wood, Yeast