This is another amazing old tea. From White Antlers.

I am on the same boat as derk, trying this tea fresh would be so awesome. I used two teaspoons in a mug, but I assume gong-fu would be much better.

The dry tea was visually almost perfect, small, like spuce long needles and even it looks pretty much same. Or maybe larch needles? Just they are dark green → black instead of green fresh colour. But if it is 7-8 years old, it’s no surprise.

It was mild, sweet grass. It was even quite thick, mouthcoating and little mineral and citrusy.

Flavors: Buffalo Grass, Citrus, Mineral, Smooth

180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 300 ML

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I am drinking almost everything. Tea bag collector who moved to wonderful world of loose leaf.

Trying to rate differently tea bags and loose leaf as tea bags have usually worse quality.

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