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August 18, 2009


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Jason Witt

At first I was skeptical when I saw rose petals were involved. They're nice to smell when walking by but in my tea it's a little feminine and I don't like them much. However, in a blend like this it sound balanced pretty well and might even complement the Sencha nicely.

disque dur externe

I was thinking to use the white tea for a long time which should be best for health. After reading your article, i have decided to pick 'Pai Mu Dan Peach Blosom'. I can try different flavors because i don't like so strong smells and test of tea. Hope, They will be delicious. Thank you for sharing this information.

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