Light, sweet brew. Not my style, but quite tasty.
“Light, sweet brew. Not my style, but quite tasty.” Read full tasting note
“It's hot here. I'm wearing shorts to work, kind of hot. Hot tea is not really what I have in mind of for the ideal beverage today. But, I haven't been consuming that much caffeine lately and have...” Read full tasting note
Grown in the Phoenix Mountains of Guangdong Province of China, during ancient China , it has been presented to the emperor as a tribute tea. The taste has a sweet orchid fragrance, followed by a subtle bitterness that resonates in the back of the mouth.
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It’s hot here. I’m wearing shorts to work, kind of hot. Hot tea is not really what I have in mind of for the ideal beverage today. But, I haven’t been consuming that much caffeine lately and have been making up for those cravings with sugar. I think it’s time to cut down on the sugar and consume more tea! Looking forward to tea shopping this weekend because we are in dire need for more tea and some new teas would be nice for a change!
I do enjoy this rusty Oolong. I brew it in a gaiwan and transfer it into a mug. Less than 20 second steeps on the first two infusions. Light piss color, soft light green color on the leaves as they are first exposed to the hot water. This should keep me going for most of the day without the sugar crash.