Honey Scented Black Tea

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Black Tea
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Black Tea
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High
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  • “There is so much going on with this tea. In the aroma, in the liquid, a bit of buttered popcorn from the movie theatre along with some interesting woody notes. Very slight mahogany notes. But the...” Read full tasting note
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Notes:Lychee, Peach and Rose

Get ready for a pure single-origin black tea with natural and tropical fruity flavors!

Our Honey Scented Black Tea is sourced from the east coast of Taiwan. Thanks to the leafhoppers’ bites, the tea leaves are known for their many bitten orange pekoes that produce a ripe peach aroma as they’re highly solar oxidized. While a slightly roasted version gives this tea another layer of a warmer character, it can be enjoyed in multiple ways.

Drinking it straight-up is recommended for taking in the complexity and intensity. If you are a milk tea lover, don’t hesitate to make it into milk tea – you’ll be surprised and fascinated by the sumptuous texture. Our fellow coffee lovers have turned out to enjoy this fruity black tea very much.

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There is so much going on with this tea. In the aroma, in the liquid, a bit of buttered popcorn from the movie theatre along with some interesting woody notes. Very slight mahogany notes. But the wet leaf is very different, somewhat mineral at first. Then it changes to an almost sugary-sweet with a refreshing feeling in your nostrils after. Kind of reminds me of lychee. My first steep was probably a better amount of time. More fruity, stone fruit and lychee notes shined through. But steeped longer you find rich wood notes with the fruit tones subdued in the background. Very minimal astringency. It is a good tea but I think it bounces aroudn in flavor too much. My brain can’t handle it. ^^;

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