Premium Dragon Well Green from Teavivre

A subtle, rich, orchid like taste and aroma, with no hint of bitterness. XiHu (West Lake) Dragon Well Green Tea, or Long Jing as it is known in China, is commonly regarded as one of China’s top ten teas, and is often served to visiting head’s of states.

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Bailin Gongfu Black from Teavivre

The tea itself is very cleansing and the flavors meld so nicely together with no lingering after taste, no astringency, and no bitterness whatsoever. It is perfectly naturally sweetened. There is an undertone of a wheat like character of a multigrain bread.

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Iron Goddess Golden Oolong from Teavivre

Iron Goddess has a bright buttery aroma and is beautifully fragrant with what I believe to be jasmine and or honeysuckle petals. With a delightfully fresh floral taste, Teavivre‘s organic Tie Guan Yin tea is a completely organic product, grown high in the mountains of Fujian.

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Blueberry Fruit Tea by Teavivre

This tea smells of grapes, raisins, blueberry, and currant. The roselle, which is a species of hibiscus should be interesting! The smell is tart and makes the mouth water and slightly pucker. It does not taste bitter but it does taste sharp on the tongue with a cleansing mouthfeel.

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