Review: Tea Adventure Prayer to The Immortals

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Thumbs up!"This tea is a happy medium between a lapsang souchong and earl gray with a woody roasted taste with hints of cinnamon and bergamot. "
Samantha’s Teaview: 8.5/10
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Prayer to the Immortals (LaoZong Shui Xian), the name reminds me of Mortal Combat or something. This tea comes from an amazing place, so beautiful I had to try (I would encourage you to go to the site and enjoy the pictures). These leafs are grown in a protected area where zero tourists are allowed. A place so majestic, I'm sure that's how it got it's name. Beautiful mountains and waterfalls, tea leafs are fed with mineral water that drips from the rocks in the protected area of Wuyishan.

Upon opening the sample packet I was amazed at how large the leaves were. I don't drink a whole lot of oolong, but I had never seen a tea leaf so large and sprawled out like this.

I brewed for 3 minutes and a nice orangish black liquor was birthed. This tea, for me at least, was a happy medium between a lapsang souchong and earl gray with a woody roasted taste with hints of cinnamon and bergamot.

Tea Adventure's Prayer to The Immortals is definitely a high grade tea, no dust, no broken particles, just pure large leafs.

— To purchase Tea Adventure Prayer to The Immortals, or for more specific information on ingredients or the story behind this particular tea, click here to go directly to the manufacturer's web site.

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