Beijing Breakfast

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  • “Having this now, and it has a fantastic lemony flavour to it. Tried to brew it nice and strong, but no luck. I don’t see this teas as a breakfast tea, or as a tea that would take milk well, but it...” Read full tasting note
  • “I served this today at tea party with iced pumpkin coffee cake. I always make three teas for tea party day and I usually drink all three. If there is a tea that someone else particularly loves, I...” Read full tasting note

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is a sweet, malty, single estate black tea from the famous Taoist mountain, Laoshan in Shangdong province. Mr. Mou’s small 14 acre estate produces tea by natural bio-farming methods. To enjoy the tea’s toasted and caramel flavours fully use one teaspoon of tea per cup and water that has been cooled for a couple of minutes after boiling. It can be drunk with or without milk.

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Having this now, and it has a fantastic lemony flavour to it. Tried to brew it nice and strong, but no luck. I don’t see this teas as a breakfast tea, or as a tea that would take milk well, but it is a good, interesting black tea nonetheless. Happy new year to all those who celebrate it! Ours was way back in September.
Back to the end of semester study grind for me.

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I served this today at tea party with iced pumpkin coffee cake. I always make three teas for tea party day and I usually drink all three. If there is a tea that someone else particularly loves, I will stick to another so they can have more of their favorite.

Today I was the one who had a favorite and I didn’t ask – after the first round of cups I kept pouring this one for me! It was even better than the first time I had it.

I think the first time I made it I used boiling water for four minutes. Today I used 200F instead. I don’t know if that is what made the difference but it is more in line with their instructions. This tea just sparkled today!

The coffee cake was spiced and pumpkin-y, but when I sipped the tea there were always lovely flavors breaking through – fruity at times, and sweet caramel. This cake could easily overcome some teas but didn’t dampen my enthusiasm for this one. We were one person low today, so I helped myself! Very nice.

Rosehips

What a lovely sounding pairing! Now I want some iced pumpkin coffee cake to have with my tea….

ashmanra

We have lots left, and carrot cake, too! Drop on by! :)

Fjellrev

OMG did someone say carrot cake?

gmathis

I’ll be there in … um … !

ashmanra

I’ll pick you up at the airport!

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