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This is a tea with a very long-lingering aftertaste. It is a very lightly smoky, very very earthy tea. Like a scoop of wet earth and stone in a cup. There’s something I can’t place in the aroma and flavour; it is the key feature that stands out and yet I can’t place it — it’s not merely vegetal but something exceedingly so. It isn’t grassy but tastes of dirt. In the nicest possible way.
Flavors: Ash, Autumn Leaf Pile, Bark, Campfire, Cardboard, Clay, Compost, Dates, Decayed Wood, Dirt, Forest Floor, Green Wood, Loam, Moss, Musty, Peat, Peat Moss, Pleasantly Sour, Rainforest, Toasted, Wet Rocks, Wet wood
This tea was kindly sent to me by Tony from High Teas in London. I don’t have a huge amount left. It’s rich and pleasantly astringent, a great accompaniment for sweet things as well. No need to add milk or sugar to this one that’s for sure, it’s perfect just as it is.