Chinese Black

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Going to borrow this Steepster page to write about the other tea mentioned in this tasting note: https://steepster.com/roswellstrange/posts/388247#likes

Like the other tea that my roommate was gifted from China & shared, we drank this one Grandpa style. I wish I knew more background on this tea, but alas I do not. Visually it was STUNNING though; super huge leaves, and almost completely golden/tippy. Amazing dry aroma of chocolate. Steeped, it was also deeply chocolate tasting, but with undertones of malt and sweet potato. Very rich, and smooth – full bodied. I LOVED it,

So once again, thank you to my roommate Jennifer for the share!

EDIT: The leaf looked sort of like this, but the leaves were wider across and a bit fuzzier than how the picture looks…

https://shop.amazing-green-tea.com/media/images/yunnan-gold-tea2.jpg

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This is a random Chinese black from, I believe, the Butiki box containing various samples of straight teas that Stacy didn’t end up selling in the shop.

It was decent, malty/hay-y, but definitely a single-cup steeper. Second cup was pretty bland.

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