Huang Jin Bolero

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “I'm totally having on of those days where I really just don't want to be an adult. I want to make a blanket fort, draw pictures and watch Disney. I just kind of hurt all over today. I popped a...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Many many thanks to *Michelle* for this and many other samples I'm about to make my way through! I do believe that this is my first Anxi oolong that is medium roasted, I have been meaning to try...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Um...not sure about this one. I don't want to give it a thumbs down yet...but I will say this... Not much for scent - maybe that of a pale gunpowder prior to steeping. The leaves of this blend...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I got a giant order from Adagio yesterday. Yay! This is the first one I've tried. Steeped gong fu in the tasting cup. I'm not scientific with this method; I just kind of toss in a pinch of leaf and...” Read full tasting note
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From Adagio Teas

Huang Jin Gui is an Anxi oolong whose name means “Golden Flower.” A lightly roasted oolong our “Bolero” reveals an intensity with hints of honey and flowers you will find enticing and seductive.

$7/3oz

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38 Tasting Notes

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865 tasting notes

infusions 9 10.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
Angrboda

You’re kidding? Of the same one? How does it not get incredibly weak and boring? O.o

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63 tasting notes

I have tried this a few times now at different temps and steep times. I just do not like it at all. It was my first oolong so there is a chance that I just don’t care for them. The dry leaves smelled unappealing. The flavor reminds me of malt and over-stewed greens. I like mild green teas and this oolong reminded me of an extremely vegetatal green. Not for me.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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161 tasting notes

I steeped for 5 minutes. The color is very pale yellow. I do smell a faint “tea smell” but there is almost no taste. As the cup started to cool off, I began to taste a little tea. Slightly earthy with a faint musty smell and taste. Maybe I needed more leaves despite being careful about the portion due to TeaEqualsBliss’s review. Not good…not bad. This one is just blah.

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123 tasting notes

This is my fourth attempt at this tea. First few times I foolishly steeped it too long hoping it would blossom into something more palatable. In the end, however, it keeps on tasting like soggy smelly wood, almost like driftwood. A minute thirty steep time helps make it a little better but I do not taste any honey or “floral” hints. It’s a very blah oolong.

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I quite liked this tea: it’s smooth and sweet and not overpowering. It’s also a great value in my opinion. The only downside is that I could re-steep this tea only twice. But then again I like my tea on the strong side.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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430 tasting notes

Great taste, sweet and smooth and a little earthy. I feel the flavor palate is a bit complex. Reminds me of a hot summer day at sunset. Don’t ask me why or how I can’t explain either.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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I’m not sure what to think about this tea. Maybe I used too little leaf, but it really unwound when I added the hot water to it. Honey-colored and very light, I’m into more robust teas such as darker oolongs and blacks. A pleasant enough mouth-feel that I always get when drinking oolongs.

It reminds me a lot of Chinese greens, which is probably the closest thing to this tea. I don’t get the intense florals in it, although I do taste floral. I suspect my palate is no where near refined enough to pick out all the subtle flavors, but I do use thrice-filtered well water which probably kills those right off along with my constant sinus stuff.

I’m glad I have a sample as I would probably pass on buying this tea. It’s not extraordinary but it was nice to try.

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I love the look of this tea as it steeps. It starts out as tiny little BBs of green tea that expand (explode would actually be a better description) into giant tea leaves. The leaves have a woodsy, earthy smell that brews into a lighter colored tea with a subtle green tea taste. Hard to describe the taste, but it’s a little bit earthy, with almost a mineral-like quality to it. Not bad for a green tea, just not knock your socks off good.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 15 sec

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294 tasting notes

This was surprisingly mild, and sort of nutty and deep in flavor. It lasted several steeps, which I always love, and is a solid purchase, though nothing super special.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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84 tasting notes

Brad-liked it. Good for the price. Very similar to a green. Sarah agrees.

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