Wu Yi Ji Lan Shui Xian

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Oolong Tea
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  • “So so good. Throat is getting much better, nose is still a little stuffed but I wanted something other than strong black tea. Went for a big pot of this tea...wow I can actually taste and sort of...” Read full tasting note
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Wu Yi Rock Tea
Rock or cliff tea tends to be an Oolong tea and is known by this name because of the places where it grows — at times literally in cracks and spaces on the side of a mountain!
Leaf Information: Thinner bars
Flavour Strength: Flowery
Flavour Accents: Hints of toasty Oolong

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So so good. Throat is getting much better, nose is still a little stuffed but I wanted something other than strong black tea. Went for a big pot of this tea…wow I can actually taste and sort of smell the “roasted” oolong notes. Although my tealog doesn’t show it this is a teas that I drink all the time. I bumped the rating up because of the three wuyi rock teas I have tried so far this is the most fragrant and is my favourite (although all three are very nice).

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