drank Wuyi Oolong by The Republic of Tea
1845 tasting notes

I brewed this one for a little over three minutes today. The tin says to go five to seven so I may try that next time, but as it is, this is a very good oolong. It has a clean, nutty taste on the first infusion.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Sandy

I am surprised you did not share news of your tea guest. lol

ashmanra

I did, just on my English Breakfast post! He is my new avatar, but it is so small, you can hardly see him.

ashmanra

Oops! No, it wasn’t! It was on the Emperor’s Red post.

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Sandy

I am surprised you did not share news of your tea guest. lol

ashmanra

I did, just on my English Breakfast post! He is my new avatar, but it is so small, you can hardly see him.

ashmanra

Oops! No, it wasn’t! It was on the Emperor’s Red post.

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