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Old 14-11-2009, 09:50 PM posted to rec.food.drink.tea
Scott Dorsey Scott Dorsey is offline
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Default The new tea smell

Space Cowboy wrote:
When leads me too my point. I think they are coated with a 'new leaf'
smell. Once I get through the new leaf smell which fades quickly I
can taste the underlying tea taste differences. This could be a
preservative but initially noticeable. Nothing in the samplers I


Is it by any chance a very slight wintergreen odor?
--scott

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