Royal Phoenix Yellow Stone Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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Phoenix Yellow Stone Oolong Tea is cultivated from small tea trees, some of which have been around for 700 years. Their limited production as well as their unique harvesting methods make it rare.
This tea will leave a rich and complex flavor on your palate and is distinctive with its aroma and fruity accents.

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6770 tasting notes

This has a slight woodsy aroma and on top of that a more charcoal type aroma with hints of fruit…altho I can’t tell you what type of fruit…and it’s more of a rind or skin of the fruit than the actual ‘meat’ or ‘flesh’ of the fruit if that makes sense.

As for the taste…it’s VERY different! Again, taste-wise, I can taste the fruit comparison but it’s more of a rind/zest or skin type fruit taste than the actual fruit itself, I suppose. There is a slight drier-wine type taste so maybe the fruit I am tasting could be comparable to grape-skin type taste!? Not sure…but it’s interesting!

The more I sip the more I like. And the more I am thinking of a wine comparison. There are hints at the strawberry that Shinobicha mentioned…I’m thinking more like the top of the strawberry – like up top by the leaves and stem rather than a plump juicy strawberry. Again…I hope you can picture what I am trying to describe here…lol…

Regardless this is GOOD because it’s interesting and unique and I am enjoying my cuppa!

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4624 tasting notes

An outstanding Oolong. The flavor is so delightfully complex!

The flavor is so smooth and rich. Delicious! I can taste notes of fruit: plum, apricot and lime zest! I can taste hints of wood and the autumn air!

This is really so… so… so… GOOD!

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 45 sec
Shinobi_cha

I liked that one too.

LiberTEAS

many flavorful infusions from this one… I’ve managed 6 thus far and the leaves still seem willing to submit!

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280 tasting notes

I went into a new store they opened in the area, and decided to get some samples. I love being able to try new teas and not pay shipping!

The brewed leaf smelled like some kind of delicious fruit aroma. It really surprised me because I was expecting a more roasted-like smell (I hadn’t read the description of the tea that they have on their website; the store just had the name and the price).
BUT, it tasted like strawberries! This could be called “Strawberry Oolong” (in my opinion) though, there are of course no flavorings. Because of this, it seemed like a really high quality tea, but that wouldn’t matter if it didn’t taste good. Well, it was very good. :-)

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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46 tasting notes

I happened to pass their store today and stopped in to check it out. They were giving away little samples of this tea (like, 5 sips or so) as their tea of the month. Lucky!

Definitely sweet and light with a fruity aroma. It cooled pretty quickly since I had so little, which made it really refreshing on a rather hot day.

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