drank Ti Kwan Yin by The Devotea
485 tasting notes

With boiling water, a different flavor profile comes through. Less herbal, more nutty. Or almost kind of like bread. Leaning towards bitterness, but not there. Still getting a bit of sour tang in back of mouth, seemed to be more of a problem with shorter steep times. Boiling water with longer than normal steeps seemed to produce good flavor. Body still not particularly impressive.

Flavors: Bread, Herbs, Nutty, Vegetal

Boiling 0 min, 30 sec 5 tsp 3 OZ / 100 ML

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