Starting out, the dry leaf had a strong dried apricot aroma, which turned into sweet hay once wet. The soup transitioned from baking spices to a muted cedar aroma before plateauing with a buttery baked pear flavor. There was a spike of bitterness around steep four, but that quickly disappeared and left a syrupy and gentle infusion. I really enjoyed this teas flavors and was happy to take it to 15 steeps before it trailed off.

Flavors: Cedar, Pear, Spices

6 g 6 OZ / 177 ML

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