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Only had a small amount of this so I savored it as much as I could. The age of the tea changed the flavor immensely compared to its modern equivalent. The aged version has a earthy-smokey-dusty-almost tree-like flavor and aroma that may or may not be able to stop time. Definitely an experience. Only wish I had enough for the ’58…

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205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more
Ross Rossano

Did you get this from dobra?

Traveling Shrine

I’ve had both the ’58 and the ’68…And they both stop time…The most delicious way to time-travel, in fact! Andrew and I decided that I would be “Tung Ting 1981” at the tearoom (instead of my usual monniker “Tung Ting”), so that I could be an “aged” oolong, too!

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Ross Rossano

Did you get this from dobra?

Traveling Shrine

I’ve had both the ’58 and the ’68…And they both stop time…The most delicious way to time-travel, in fact! Andrew and I decided that I would be “Tung Ting 1981” at the tearoom (instead of my usual monniker “Tung Ting”), so that I could be an “aged” oolong, too!

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