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Average Rating 4
Martin Jordan, Rated: 4
An earthy tea with more flavour than colour
So, it looks more like tree leaves than tea leaves. And you brew it belowe boiling point. Nothing much appears to happen when you brew it. The leaves float for ages before slowly falling in the pot. And on the way they only faintly taint the water with a beige colour. However, the taste is not so faint - it's a stronger, woody, traditional tea taste which can be drunk like any "ordinary" tea. It's just a lot lighter in colour. No deep flavours or herbal hints - just a rounded, clean cup.
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