Supreme Blue People Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is the strangest looking tea. The leaves look like little pebbles. After steeping for 3 minutes, only a few of them opened up (I was wondering if that would even be possible :) ) Although most...” Read full tasting note
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Origin: Taiwan

A.K.A: Oolong #868, King’s Tea, Nan Gui Ren, 蘭貴人烏龍王

About: This version of the Blue People Oolong tea is our next step up from the starter version. It has a more distinguished and pronounced Oolong flavor, followed with the lingering Ginseng and Liquourice aftertaste.

Health Benefits: Promotes and helps digestion, soothes sore throat and dryness in the mouth, promotes energy, stamina, soothes heartburns, eases headaches and dizziness, promotes focus and awareness.

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This is the strangest looking tea. The leaves look like little pebbles. After steeping for 3 minutes, only a few of them opened up (I was wondering if that would even be possible :) ) Although most of the leaves remained in their pebbly shells, they produced a flavorful cup (it’s supposed to be good for 4+ infusions, so Im sure the leaves will all open eventually). The smell reminds me of these things that my mother used to buy long ago as a homeopathic remedy for ADHD (for my bro) and anxiety (for the rest of us). I don’t remember what they were called, but they were chewy algae things. I think they were also sold in other forms, but we got the chewy things.

I would hardly recognize this as an oolong if it didn’t say oolong on the package. It has a strong barley flavor, but not the same kind that I associate with many white teas. There is also a recognizable licorice aftertaste just as indicated in the description.

Over all its a good cup of tea, but probably no one I’d have everyday.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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