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9/28/2021
Tie Guan Yin is sweet and thick with a hint of orchid aftertaste. The look of this brew is a subtle yellowish-green, and the first steeping unfurls the rolled tea leaf to reveal large, juicy green leaves. It tastes much like its aroma: Bright and incredibly fresh, with sweet, mellow grassy undertones. This oolong holds up to a surprising number of re-steepings, rewarding the palette with various incarnations of sweet, smooth, tangy, and lively flavors. Tie Guan Yin
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Photo Contest - Kitty & Tie Guan Yin

“I tried to take a picture of just the tea, but my cat wanted to get in on the action. Floral and juicy Tie Guan Yin, I brewed this tea for at least 2 liters before I had to get on with my day. It is a wonderfully gentle and forgiving tea, the green and orchid notes are soft on the palate. This is my go-to tea if I need a nice, all-day-long tea that gives soft encouragement.” Thank you to Marie from @themariesteas for the photo submission!

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Marie got a $10 gift card because we posted her photo!
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Tie Guan Yin is sweet and thick with a hint of orchid aftertaste. The look of this brew is a subtle yellowish-green, and the first steeping unfurls the rolled tea leaf to reveal large, juicy green leaves. It tastes much like its aroma: Bright and incredibly fresh, with sweet, mellow grassy undertones. This oolong holds up to a surprising number of re-steepings, rewarding the palette with various incarnations of sweet, smooth, tangy, and lively flavors. Tie Guan Yin
$5.00  
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