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THE most complex and unique black tea I have tasted to date. Perfecting my steeping time and dry leaf ratio, still can not believe what difference in opinion I have have from the first time I tried this one. I highly recommend Gongfu steeping this guy as I mentioned it is even more complex than most oolongs I have had and that is quite a feat.

7g dry leaf 100mL gaiwan

Boiled 500 ml of water and just used the same water without reheating for all brews
Quick rinse (as long as it takes me to scoop out impurity bubbles)

1st (s Red Ruby and hats off to the Taiwan Tea Institute for this varietal.

Flavors: Anise, Cinnamon, Dates, Licorice, Plums

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
Jiāng Luo

Not sure why it cuts off my review guess I exceeded character length but long story short Tai cha #18 is an experience everyone should have

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Jiāng Luo

Not sure why it cuts off my review guess I exceeded character length but long story short Tai cha #18 is an experience everyone should have

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Origin tea (Gao Shan Oolong)
Eco Cha (Taiwanese Teas)
Norbu (General all around good site)
Rishi (Great starter to get footing also daily drinker staples and high quality teaware)
Yunnan Sourcing (Teaware, Black, Pu er)
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70-75
#Bulk#
Drinkable but would not purchase

76-80
#Traveling/Tumbler/Office Tea#
Willing to pay up to $5/oz

81-84
#Staple#
Willing to pay up to $8/oz

85-89
#Reserve#
Willing to pay $10/oz

90-99
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