Yam biscuits and a China Guang Dong Phoenix Dan Cong

Yam biscuits and a China Guang Dong Phoenix Dan Cong. The Oolong brings out the Yam flavour of the biscuits and reduces the sweetness. Roasted aroma in the Phoenix gets more pronounced .

Gerechten: Banket en Tussendoortjes
Thee: Oolong

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