Misty Mountain TeaEdit Company
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Recent Tasting Notes
Ok so it isn’t surprising that this tea is finicky. Yanno, cuz those white teas are entitled princesses haha
(all jest! I’m politically neutral and accepting, of course. Just mocking the media here…)
Anyhow. The balance of peach flavour vs steep time and amount of leaf/water needs more research. Hmmm. Lowering from 93 to 89.
This is now in my cupboard. It smells SO GOOD. The dry leaf smells like a perfume I want to wear.
To be honest, I’d say this is essentially the peach version of my all time fave strawberry white tea. I liked that one better hot, just as I do this one. Both have a rather delicate and slightly tart note when hot and become a tad cloying as it cools. But I don’t care. Those first sips when it’s hot are priceless and make me wanna swoon! I am so in love… even more so than with the sample I tried at the festival. Although I highly suspected it would be as such. Happy sighs!
I’m grabbing some of this if the lady who runs the shop is able to attend our meeting. Well, her daughter is the real brains… but I think she’s still in highschool or just graduated. I love supporting local businesses, even better when it’s quality!
I sampled this tea at the festival. Juicy and ripe peach notes and just the right amount of sweetness. Highly impressed. They have an icewine tea as well. I haven’t tried it but I am a serious sucker for icewine tea!
After having had this a few times, I am in very like, almost love with this tea. Probably because I enjoy maple, but it isn’t my fave. If maple is your jam? this will be YOUR jam. Wait. Is maple jam a thing? cuz if it is I so wanna try that.
Anyhow. I’ll keep this one on my rotation going forward for as long as it’s around, though I don’t think its really a staple item. It’s quality enough that I’ll use it for gift giving, and I like to have hidden jems (not jams in this case) in my back pocket so that should give you an idea of how highly I regard this tea!!
Black tea and maple blended perfectly together. Made it through just one steep so I’m not gonna rate it yet. However… all the maple teas I’ve had so far haven’t ever really captured the essence of what I imagine a maple tea to be, or even to create a true maple flavour that balances with the tea. This tea? Balance, flavour, and depth! I’m impressed.