82

Wow. This is on the light side of the oolong spectrum. In fact, I bet I would call it a green tea if I tasted it blind. I think this one of least oxidized oolongs I have tried. It has a definite vegetal taste, but it is slightly sweet. It is very smooth to drink, almost creamy. I think I would use this tea as an alternative to green tea, rather than a tea to fulfill a craving for oolong.

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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec
Alex C.

I agree with everything you’ve written here. Between the flavor and the compressed leaf balls, I was halfway to thinking that I’d been given a mislabeled gunpowder green tin!

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Alex C.

I agree with everything you’ve written here. Between the flavor and the compressed leaf balls, I was halfway to thinking that I’d been given a mislabeled gunpowder green tin!

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Being a former Seattleite, I am a converted coffee addict. I am partial to Oolongs. I also drink quite a bit of Pu-erh tea as it has become my go to morning beverage.

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