Four Seasons Frozen Peak Oolong

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From Asha Tea House

Fall 2011

Taste: sugar snap peas. No astringency, lasting aftertaste.
Smell: sweet tea leaf, fall flowers.

Frozen Peak, Dong Ding, mountain is located in the Lugu township of Taiwan. The mountain itself was the first famous Taiwan tea growing region and to this day, many elders only know the name “Dong Ding”. A splendid mountainous region, tea plantations have spread across the Frozen Peak area in Lugu.

1st: 212 F, 1 min | 2nd: 185-205 F, 45 seconds | 3rd+: 185-205 F, 1 minute

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Another experiment. I let this steep in the Gaiwan overnight. In the morning it was a beautiful golden nectar. Strong and delicious. I will be doing this again….

TeaBrat

did you refrigerate it or was it at room temp?

Charles Thomas Draper

Room temp. An awesome concoction….

Kashyap

love to overnight steep at room temp oolongs

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I received a 10g sample in my order, and I am quite pleased with this tea! I didn’t rinse, and the first steep was around 30 sec. The wet leaves smell like a damp floral forest of loveliness. The scent somehow gave me a slight sense of deja-vu, as though somewhere in my childhood I had experienced that aroma before.

Smells like sweet veggies, tastes like buttery sweet veggies. I really can’t wait for steep 2!

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