Chip wrote:OTTI vendors rely on sales of their teas for their livelihoods, and I feel we need to be responsible when we find something drastically wrong to ask questions before posting.
Wait a minute
Now I know this is simply one of those "much ado about nothing if we were talking in person" kind of things. However,
Remick wrote: there was an aroma coming off of the wet leaves that didn't work for me
Remick wrote:Maybe it smells like different things to different people. Didn't do a thing for me.
How much more can I say, "to my nose and brain, I get the same olfactory response from the wet leaves as..."
If I had said, "my sample was apparently doused in insecticide because it totally sucks!" Well that would totally warrant a because I would be trolling. If that is what it seems like I'm saying, then by all means, I'll remove the whole paragraph. Granted, the same thing was said about the Dong Ding
Gregg wrote: At first there is the spice, it’s a bit much, I find this in several DD, and an aged oolong I just bought from Floating Leaves, kind of a Raid taste.
Then again, maybe it's just better that I edit my paragraph.