Wow!! I was excited to try this tea — and it proved to be excellent!! The first several steepings which I steeped for 5 seconds + 5 every steep opened like a white tea in some ways— the taste of honey and vanilla was very strong and the aroma was wonderful very sweet—reminded me of a a berry hookah—the tea liquor was varying hues of gold from a bold gold to darker hue as I steeped on— the later steepings became to taste more of that Black tea floral/sweetness—more of a dry feeling on the tongue—overall a tea that I could steep and steep and steep and enjoy each time I sip!! Highly recommend !!

PS- my scrolls for the brew time and temp are wonky so I will say here I had my water at boiling which at my elevation here in Colorado is at 205 degrees F! And so far I’ve steeped the tea in 5s + 5s more per steep 10 times; it’s on its way out but I’m thinking I can get a few more solid steeps out of it!! I do not feel yea drunk at all or jittery which happens to me with some teas— I just feel awake and clear!

Flavors: Floral, Honey, Sugarcane, Sweet, Vanilla

5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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My name is G (they/them). I have always loved tea. Growing up near NYC and having access to Chinatown-I have had random assortment of teawares and teas without ever learning about gong fu cha! I have spent quarantine learning about Gong Fu Cha from So Han at West China Tea (on their youtube channel Tea House Ghost!). Ever since I have been learning the discipline and art of gong fu cha. I have a penchant for ripe pu-erhs and oolongs! (still learning about the different roasts and styles) Open to learning more from more experienced tea heads! I am also into doing tea swaps! check out my cupboard (you may have to message me because some of my teas are not logged)!

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