A blander Oolong, with less caffeine.
“A blander Oolong, with less caffeine.” Read full tasting note
“In contrast to the Birt&Tang version, this was delicious. I had it a few weeks ago. The flowers aren't overpowering and because the oolong isn't oxidised quite as much as some, the taste of the...” Read full tasting note
This moderately oxidized Fujian Oolong, warm and woody, is complemented quite nicely by the addition of Osmanthus Blossoms—tiny late summer flowers prized by the Chinese for their rich, nectar-like flavor reminiscent of peach.
Preparation: 3 g tea leaves (teaspoon measurement not recommended) per 8oz cup of filtered, boiling water. Allow to brew 3 min.
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In contrast to the Birt&Tang version, this was delicious. I had it a few weeks ago. The flowers aren’t overpowering and because the oolong isn’t oxidised quite as much as some, the taste of the flowers seems to fit in better. Delicious, and the exception that proves the rule (that I usually don’t like flowery teas)