25 Tasting Notes


Sweet and tart, the perfect tea for our family’s evening tea.

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Wonderfully comforting tea. A friend sent this tea to me. I can’t say it tasted much like Earl Grey — I didn’t even know it was one until I read it on their website — but it was one of the most enjoyable teas I’ve ever drunk.

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A very mild pu-erh. Tastes to me like rainwater — earthly, and yet clean. I learned the hard way not to drink too much of it in a day — not the best thing for digestion. But very simply and yet flavorful.

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Wonderful flavor and no astringency. My girlfriend and I tasted a sample at the local stash and I ended up downing the whole thing. will definitely get it on my next trip.

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A very light green tea, with just a hint of flowers. It can steep about three times, and it holds it flavor well. Very delicious!

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Writer/poet/zine-maker from the Pacific Northwest. My girlfriend calls me T, so you can imagine there are a lot of T/tea puns in this house.

My tea tastes tend to vary wildly — I go through tea “seasons” where I prefer one kind over another. I like interesting infusions and exploring new tastes. Recently I’ve started blending my own tea.

Tea is best served on the porch, under the tree, or next to my typewriter, if it’s raining. And of course, it’s often raining.


Portland, Oregon



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