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*Quick note

Solid everyday green oolong.

I’ve had this for a while, often neglecting it for my more “complex” stuff, and never took the time to write about it. This was one of the first oolongs I ever tried. It’s great when you just want tea without any hassle. Brews great western, gong-fu, in-mug, etc., and tastes good.

Lightly sweet, subtly floral, and smooth, it’s hard to go wrong with this tea (especially for the price, less than $4 an ounce at the time this was bought).

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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SoCal native and Tea addict.

Looking to try every single type of tea the world has to offer.

I’m not too fond of flavored tea or blends, but every now and then, there will be one that I like.

I enjoy all types of tea, but my absolute favorites are Japanese Greens and Oolongs.

I am much more familiar with Chinese and Japanese teas. I’m looking to get in to Korean tea next and then Indian/Ceylons. Herbals are good too, but I don’t pay much attention to them (except rooibos).

Ti Kuan Yin (or Tie Guan Yi, whichever you prefer) Is one of my favorite teas. I’m trying to taste many offerings from different vendors to find the absolute best batch I can find.

My “Tea-Dream” is to one day make a cultural-tea trip to China, Taiwan, and Japan.


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0 – 19 = Bad.
20 – 49 = Meh.
50 – 59 = It’s Ok.
60 – 69 = I like it, but…
70 – 79 = Good.
80 – 89 = Very Good.
90 – 100 = Amazing.

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