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Amanda

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Member since Oct. 23rd, 2012. Reviewed 338 teas.

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Yellow Mudan from Jasmine Pearl Tea Company

Style: Yellow Tea – Region: Hunan, China

83 / 100 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 5/5 Value: 4/5
May. 8th, 2015

The aroma is mild and sweet, with notes of dried cherry and peonies (aha, so that is where the name comes from!) with a very delicate note of nasturtium and raisins, vaguely reminding me of a Darjeeling.

Ok, I have to say it, HOLY MOLY FLOWERS! Hehe, the taste is super flowery, with a blend of peony and honeysuckle...

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Hunan Gold from Adagio Teas

Style: Yellow Tea – Region: Hunan, China

83 / 100 Aroma: 8/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 4/5
Feb. 10th, 2015

First up, the aroma is like spring time, specifically it evokes my favorite flower (ok one of them, I really love flowers) peony! It also has the aroma of delicate orange blossoms, chestnuts, and just a hint of mown grass and honey. The notes are delicate, reminding me more of a breeze bringing in these aromas through ...

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Dark Rose Tea from TeaSource

Style: Flavored Tea – Region: Hunan, China

70 / 100 Aroma: 6/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 4/5
Mar. 3rd, 2014

The aroma is dry and a bit loamy, like a dry forest floor. There are also notes of dry leather and very faint roses. After the tea is steeped the aroma is malty and the rose is much stronger, it is heavy and rich.

The first steeping of the little heart shaped nugget of tea happiness is quite rich and filling. Drink...

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White Monkey from Little Red Cup

Style: Green Tea – Region: Hunan, China

73 / 100 Aroma: 7/10 Flavor: 4/5 Value: 3/5
Sep. 30th, 2013

The aroma of this delightfully fuzzy tea reminds me of a mix between the muscatel of darjeeling and the delicate green of a Pai Mu Dan. Once the tea is brewed it takes on more of a floral aroma which blends well the the notes that are already present.

The first steep is mild and vegetal with notes of mown hay. The ...

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