Quangzhou Milk Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Michelle Butler Hallett
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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1.5 tsp for 250 mL water. 1st steep: 2 minutes. 2nd steep: 3 minutes. 3rd steep: 4 minutes, sometimes longer. Sometimes I don’t time the first steep and just leave it be til it smells right. But tonight … 2 minutes in 90C water.

I could develop a serious problem with Quangzhou Milk Oolong. It’s that good. Yes. Yes, it is.

I don’t know where my local indie teashop gets their Quangzhou, but it’s more affordably priced than at the only other place in town that carries it, DavidsTea. I find the variety at Britannia is a tiny bit sweeter, a bit more floral, but with all the creaminess and brulee notes and smoothness and oh oh oh that makes a milk oolong so blissful. The liquor is pale creamy yellow, darkening slightly with longer steeps. Each sip carries a slightly different balance of sweet, floral and cream. Good for at least three infusions … and, when you realize how muc tea you can actually brew for these leaves, really not expensive. But it is preciousssss …

I would give up dessert forever if I could always have this tea instead.

Rating: 100.

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