Wild Purple Shoots

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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 45 sec 5 g 5 oz / 150 ml

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  • “Split pea soup. Holy. Brothy. Moley. So brothy. The mouthfeel is so filling. And asparagus tips. This would make a great base for soup. The dry leaf is covered in silvery hairs. So pretty. Soft....” Read full tasting note
  • “Return trip: Found this at the bottom of my box. It’s been open a while now, so threw the last 5g into a gaiwan. Aromatically intriguing. Pure initial grassy aromas fade to nutty sweetness with...” Read full tasting note
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Wild tea leaves from the high plateaus of Guzhushan were handcrafted to create this amazingly smooth and sweet green tea

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965 tasting notes

Split pea soup. Holy. Brothy. Moley. So brothy. The mouthfeel is so filling. And asparagus tips. This would make a great base for soup. The dry leaf is covered in silvery hairs. So pretty. Soft. Looks like mainly buds and first leaves. With the second steep the pea soup has toned down a bit. You also find summer grasses nd a bit of astringency but only slightly.

Tea for Jenny.
This cup is dedicated to you Jenny. You were my babysitter. I hope I didn’t give you a hard time. We never interacted much beyond that and seeing you down the street. But you were a kind and gentle soul. May you rest well.

gmathis

Sorry to hear. The loss of any friend is tough news.

ashmanra

So sorry for the loss of a kind and gentle soul from your life. It hurts.

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Return trip: Found this at the bottom of my box. It’s been open a while now, so threw the last 5g into a gaiwan.

Aromatically intriguing. Pure initial grassy aromas fade to nutty sweetness with touch of apricot.
Palate is grassy and vegetal but with a surprising creaminess. A pleasant sweetness counters the vegetal notes.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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