An interesting tea that can be quite tasty, but is easily overbrewed, drawing a strong artichoke and chrysanthemum flavor that is a bit odd, but not entirely bad. It’s a long-lasting tea with a silky mouthfeel that’s well rounded in sweetness and tannin, but the artichoke flavor makes this more of a novelty that’s interesting to try rather than a tea I would love to sip on all day.

Flavors: Apricot, Artichoke, Caramel, Tannic, Wet Wood

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec 8 g 7 OZ / 200 ML

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I like tea. Basically all types, except smoked lapsang souchong. Favorite tea types: mid-aged sheng puer, high mountain Taiwanese oolongs, aged lighter oolongs, dan cong oolongs, certain black teas. Other than that I’m a well-rounded nice-ish person who does epidemiology for work and outdoors things, especially bikes, for fun, among other things. Also, I think the differences between unglazed clays used for yixing-style pots are figuratively bologna.


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