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At first a very creamy tropical yogurt aroma from the wet leaves. Mouthwatering.

1
Liquor mineral, creamy, fruity. Vegetal. Peach. Brown Sugar. Chestnut. Complex, warm. Mmh, interesting…

2 tropical, milky , a bit of bitterness/astringency. Silky. Sweet. Delicate flavours building in the mouth. Empty cup smells like burnt sugar.

Slightly Cooling, like a layer of fresh air coating mouth and throat. Heart beating faster. Peach Bellini.

3
Cooling feeling intensifies. Tingling in the throat. More astringency. Beautiful long lasting acidic aroma.

4
Complex acidic flavours.
Liquor is stable, more astringent. Not very thick. Very mineral. Keeps carrying the initial fruitiness.

I get this feeling of half relaxation and half restlessness. Maybe relaxation is 60%

5
More grassy-herbal notes appear, slight harshness. Drying. Less intensity.

6
Harshness keeps increasing but it maintains a memory of more innocent first infusions. I think of an innocent girl that few years later ends up being a prostitute.

My head feels heavy, it’s a nice feeling I guess. My body feels calmer now.

7
Something is changing, I get an alcoholic feeling, like soured bellini.
The liquor is weak. My body starts protesting for having too much tea.

8
Harsh but low toned dirty mushrooms kingdom. Not very sweet anymore.

Overall the tea is not the most powerful or long lasting but anyway it’s a very pleasurable experience.

The first times I had this tea I wasn’t impressed. Now this is the last bit of my sample and it became suddenly delicious. Is it because I’m more concentrated on writing a review? It’s the weather? It’s the silence of this room, the absence of sensorial stimulus? It’s because I’ve been cycling a lot and my body needs nutrients and everything taste better? Or maybe because I know this is my last session with this tea?

Preparation
5 g 3 OZ / 80 ML

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