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drank Quangzhou Milk Oolong by DAVIDsTEA
30 tasting notes

I’ve come to love oolongs as my favorite tea in general, but, I think I may have found my new favorite. Even over the Tie Kuan Yin first grade oolong that I got to try a little while back.

The smell is intoxicating, it’s hard to place, and even with the possibility that it’s simply the suggestion from the name and the label it definitely evokes images of cream just from the smell. The first sip I was greeted with a smooth light tea, that hid the tea flavor rather well. It’s not quite milk, but, definitely gives hints of the taste. As you drink it’s easy to discover multiple flavors in this tea, like dairy combined with a light oolong and just a hint of floral taste; the label says orchid, I’m not sure I agree that’s what I’m tasting, but, eh, it’s flowery! :)

I’m definitely taking this to the next tea party I have.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec

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I’m 30 and living in Chicago, Illinois.

I’m new to tea and just now discovering my likes and dislikes.

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