Wuyi Shui Xian Daffodil Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec 4 g 7 oz / 199 ml

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Wuyi Shui Xian (Wuyi Daffodil) is known as a premium quality Wuyi Yan Cha, Wuyi Daffodil was discovered before Wuyi Cinnamon.
Feature of Wuyi Daffodil: The dry tea is thick and symmetrical, twisted at the edges and is yellow at the tip, with a black middle and a red base. Wuyi Daffodil has the rich fragrance of orchids. The orange tea liquid is strong in taste with a sweet aftertaste, and the soft brewed leaves turn bright yellow with red edges (described 3% red and 70% green).

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Must be good what you score 90%?

Daylon R Thomas

Yeah. See my previous notes. The first time, I rated it 75 because it was just smoky and leathery to me. I didn’t get the sweeter, more subtle notes until I brewed it lighter. I was surprised that there was a little bit of spiciness to it when I took this sip. That’s why I said “WHAT”. I didn’t expect it. The note was a quick 6 seconds, but I swear it tasted like vanilla and nutmeg in eggnog.

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