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drank Rose Oolong by Teas.com.au
4 tasting notes

Not for everyone, as the rose presence can be a bit overwhelming. I tend to steep this one a very short time to avoid making it overpowering. Your water shouldn’t be too hot ideally, if you want to avoid unwanted bitterness. Other than that, I find it a nice change of pace once in a while, especially with something flavored with rose water, such as a laksi.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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I’m your average 30 y.o. guy, I’ve been a tea drinker for almost 10 years, back when it was still an “old grandma’s drink” and before the whole “tea revolution” started kicking in recently.

I have diverse tastes but my tea of predilection is wulong (oolong). I also dig pu’ehr, usually the shou varieties. So yes, I tend to go for the deeper, more oxidized and intense flavors. I’ll have white, black and even the odd rooibos. However, green tea and me don’t get along so much, except in rare cases.

Don’t expect pretentious, high-strung reviews/notes from me, I definitely consider myself an avid tea enthusiast but not a connoisseur or expert.

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