Gui Fei Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Apple, Blackberry, Blueberry, Cacao, Caramel, Cream, Dark Bittersweet, Dark Chocolate, Ginger, Flowers, Honey
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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 45 sec 8 oz / 246 ml

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  • “Accidently brewed this one for over 8 minutes, my bad! However, it doesn't seem to have suffered! It's just a toasty oolong, with... wow, a super sweet flavour that reminds me strongly of an ice...” Read full tasting note
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    kittenna 2244 tasting notes
  • “i needed a break from flavoured teas so i pulled out a couple of oolongs that i'd ordered (willingly) from Stacy. This is the first one. Although it's a darker oolong it has <THAT> taste that i...” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4875 tasting notes
  • “Good Lord! I am kicking myself for not trying this before now! SERIOUSLY! This oolong is out of this world! I am on steep three and I am sure I could get at least two more if not more than...” Read full tasting note
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    azzrian 807 tasting notes
  • “2 tsp / 16 oz Really enjoying this today. I swear so many things must impact the way one tastes tea, because every time I drink this, it's different. Today, I'm enjoying the lightness and...” Read full tasting note
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    RachelJ 110 tasting notes

From Butiki Teas

Our Gui Fei Oolong was sourced from Lugu Township in Nantou County, Taiwan and is a particularly unique tea. Green leafhoppers are allowed to bite the tea leaves which causes the leaves to begin the healing process which creates the honey notes in this tea and also begins the oxidation process. This tea utilized traditional Dong Ding processing techniques. Gui Fei Oolong has a natural sweetness to it and produces no astringency. Notes of honey, lightly burned toast, raw almonds and apples can be detected.

Ingredients: Taiwanese Oolong Tea

Recommended Brew Time: 4 minutes
Recommended Amount: 1 teaspoons of tea for 8oz of water
Recommended Temperature: 180 F

For more information, please visit: http://www.butikiteas.com

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2244 tasting notes

Accidently brewed this one for over 8 minutes, my bad! However, it doesn’t seem to have suffered! It’s just a toasty oolong, with… wow, a super sweet flavour that reminds me strongly of an ice wine I had recently. Like, very strongly of this ice wine. So delicious! Oh man. I’m drinking this one waaaayyyyyy too quickly now. I suspect I won’t get a second infusion this fabulous, but this is absolutely delicious!!

Wow. I can definitely see myself picking this one out again when I’m looking for a darker tea that isn’t a black but has lots of flavour! Too many times I’ve found darker oolongs to either be super finicky, or lacking in flavour. This is neither!

I just realized I’m the first person to review this one?! Seriously!? C’mon, people!

ETA: Second infusion, not sure how long I let this one go, is still pretty tasty, but not nearly as intense in the syrupy ice wine flavour. There’s a bit of astringency, perhaps, coming out (but it may have been a very long infusion, again), but it’s still very delicious, and the aftertaste remains that delicious sweet ice wineyness. Hopefully I’ll get to #3 tomorrow. This tea definitely hit the spot tonight! Exactly what I wanted, apparently!

ETA again: Third infusion, 180F for 5 minutes, is more your generic sort of woody oolong flavour. Nothing wrong with that, and it’s still quite flavourful, but I definitely enjoyed the first two infusions much, much more. I may try for a fourth tomorrow if time permits.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 8 min or more
Awkward Soul

ooooooh, tastes like ice wine? I’m all over that! /adds to shopping list

Kittenna

It was crazy! It was initially that typically woody oolong flavour, but then there’s a huge rush of delicious sweetness that yeah, was bang on the mark for ice wine for me. It may need a long infusion to be like this, I’m not sure!

Butiki Teas

Wow, I can’t believe that survived 8 minutes. How accurate would you say our description of the tea is based on the 8 minute steeping? Hmmm, maybe I should try a long steeping to see what it tastes like.

Kittenna

I was shocked, to be honest! It would have gone into the cup at 180F, and stayed there for about 8.5 minutes. Not sure what the temp was when I removed it, but it was fabulous! I think the honey notes were intensified by such a long infusion, and there was definitely no astringency. I’m terrible at picking up specific flavours, so I’m not sure about almonds/apples. It was very, very good though!

Kittenna

I’ll have to try the tea with the recommended infusion time and compare :)

Indigobloom

makes me think this might be good cold brewed :P

Kittenna

Possibly! I don’t have a ton of it so may not try that since it’s so good this way.

Sil

apparently you need more teas that let you make them and be distracted cough

Kittenna

I am innocent!

Butiki Teas

Very interesting. I’m going to try this at a long infusion.

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4875 tasting notes

i needed a break from flavoured teas so i pulled out a couple of oolongs that i’d ordered (willingly) from Stacy. This is the first one. Although it’s a darker oolong it has taste that i associate with the oolongs that i don’t like. it’s less present in this tea than in others so i’m not overly frowning but i feel like this could be so much better without taste lol. Still though, not a bad little oolong and i’ll likey do a couple of resteeps just to see if the flavour changes enough for me to really enjoy it.

CheshireEyes

Haha willingly

Starfevre

You have unwilling oolongs?

Sil

starfevre..oh yes. sometimes they come to me, all green and oolongy..and they’re just ooo-wrong. :)

Starfevre

I suppose I can relate. I don’t really like oolongs much either. Have been avoiding them in fact. I’ve gathered enough information about them to know that I should probably start with darker oolongs if I want to branch out and try them because I like black tea a lot better than green tea, but that’s about it. My oolong experience is with Teavana, and we all know that there’s not much actual oolong in those.

Sil

I’ve had a couple that i REALLY liked, though overall most oolongs are just not my thing. there’s this taste to them that’s not vegetal..it’s just . when there’s too much of whatever that taste it, i can’t handle it.

Butiki Teas

Hahhaha “oo-wrong”. Is it the floral that you can’t handle?

Sil

no… i’m hoping the girls can figure it out someday. At least it doesn’t taste floral to me.

Butiki Teas

Hmmm, I’m so curious what it is.

Bonnie

I love puer and black tea so I find myself gravitating to the more roasted oolongs, even very strong roasts. Don’t get me wrong,I do love a floral lighter oolong too…but not as often. I choose the ROASTS!

Indigobloom

This mystery flavour of yours Sil, it’s been bugging me! because I think it’s the note in green oolongs that I really love… but I can’t quite put my finger on what it is! gah!

Indigobloom

In my head, if that particular note were to be “cooked”, that is what the sweeter roasted flavour would equate to, in darker oolongs.

Butiki Teas

Is it just that fresh green taste?

Bonnie

Some people taste a rubber flavor in lighter or green oolong’s. It’s a chemical rubber tree taste, that I’ve gotten used to that mixes with the floral and to most isn’t unpleasant, but might be to you if you’re detecting it.

Sil

bonnie…hmm that may be. I’m ok with “green” taste..but this is specific to oolongs…doesn’t show up with any other green teas that i drink

Kittenna

Sil – I’m wondering if I kind of get what you’re talking about. Would have to taste teas that you say it is and isn’t in to check, though.

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Good Lord! I am kicking myself for not trying this before now! SERIOUSLY!
This oolong is out of this world!
I am on steep three and I am sure I could get at least two more if not more than that.
The leaves still have dryness and tons of aroma!
The cup is still colorful and flavorful!
When I smelled this steeped tea – before even taking the fist sip I knew I was going to be angry for not trying it sooner and I was right!
Peachy yes, woodsy yes, Juicy, apple flavors, almonds, yes its all in there but there is this wonderful mouthfeel that is outstanding – sort of syrupy in a way.
My full review will be on http://sororiteasisters.com/ later this month.

Kittenna

Yes, syrupy! Isn’t this amazing??

Azzrian

YES! Did you get that too?

Kittenna

I got ice wine, and syrupy fits right in there. Loved it.

Donna A

Now I’m excited. I just put in my first Butiki order a few days ago, and this one happens to be on it! (Stacy suggested it to me)

Kittenna

Seriously, Butiki has some of the most amazing teas, many of which are blends, but this and the Mi Xian Black are IMO top notch straight teas.

Donna A

Kittenna, besides the Gui Fei Oolong last week, I ordered the Mi Xian Black too, so sounds like I’ve hit the jackpot. Other items on the order are 2003 Reserve Four Season Oolong 1oz, Grapefruit Dragon 1oz, and Pistachio Ice Cream.

Azzrian

I LOVE the Four Seasons Oolong!!

Kittenna

donna a – Great choices! I also like the other oolong you ordered. I have yet to try Grapefruit Dragon, and am not a fan of Pistachio Ice Cream, but they are very popular on here!

Donna A

Kittena, Grapefruit Dragon was on sale and had good reviews. Pistachio Ice Cream is a free promotional item they did if you ordered a certain amount,and sounds interesting to me. I’m usually willing to try something new.

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2 tsp / 16 oz

Really enjoying this today. I swear so many things must impact the way one tastes tea, because every time I drink this, it’s different.

Today, I’m enjoying the lightness and very slight astringency of this tea. I note a roasted quality, but only very lightly. It’s really the style of oolong I like… medium oxidation, not too roasted. It has that natural sweetness similar to the taste of Wild Taiwanese Black and Mi Xian Black but in a lighter, crisper version.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 0 sec
looseTman

Have you tried 1 tsp per 6 oz? In the world of tea, a “cup” is typically a 6 oz teacup. Per Upton Tea Importers: “…industry standard of 2¼ grams per 6-ounce cup.”

And because loose tea varies is size and can be quite long, measuring with a teaspoon may not always provide 2¼ grams:
https://secure.uptontea.com/shopcart/information/INFOscaleUse.asp

Do you have a fast reading tea thermometer such as:
http://www.davidstea.com/thermometer-and-timer?&TF=3B9DBE9A142D&DEID
When I measure 6 oz of rapidly boiling water & pour into into a room-temperature mug, this thermometer shows the temperature quickly drops to 181*F. For a higher temp. I have to reheat the mug in a microwave.

Butiki Teas

looseTman-We use 8oz to equal a cup. I know that the tea industry tends to favor 6 oz though it really does vary from company to company. The reason we chose 8oz is because 8oz does equal 1 cup in measurement so its less confusing and because US customers tend to prefer larger amounts of tea. Our recommendations on our bags do specify the ounces used. I taste each tea with a variety of brewing instructions using standard kitchen measuring spoons and choose what I think would be the most palatable for the average person. We sometimes have gongfu instructions but I feel most people who use eastern style brewing already have their own brewing preference.

Butiki Teas

Rachel-When we get more of the Taiwanese Wild Mountain Black back in stock, I’m also going to be picking up an Oriental Beauty around the same time and will do a “I Love Leafhoppers” sampler set.

Rachel J

looseTman, Yes I know all about Upton’s instructions, haha! I used to order ALL my tea from them. I have a great thermometer I always use to check the temp. For this tea, I followed Butiki’s instructions. With other companies, the tea doesn’t always come out best with their instructions, but Stacy at Butiki has done a fantastic job. With her teas, I completely trust the instructions. :)

Stacy! Yes, that will be awesome. I am drinking Teavivre’s Oriental Beauty right now, and it is great, though speaking of brewing instructions, I’m going to try a shorter steep next time.

looseTman

Hi Stacy,
I always start by reading the brewing recommendations on the tea package. However, I’ve not yet had the pleasure of tasting your teas. Please note that I prefaced my comments with a question: “Have you tried 1 tsp per 6 oz?” And that I also said typically not always: “In the world of tea, a “cup” is typically a 6 oz teacup.”

My comments were only intended to offer assistance to Rachel’s tasting remark about brewing variability. I have no doubt that you’ll be able to answer all her questions. I’ve read many excellent comments about you and Butiki Teas on Steepster.

looseTman

Rachel, I read your tea tasting remark about brewing variability in an open forum and thought you were asking for possible solutions. I now see that was not the case.

Butiki Teas

looseTman-I hope my previous comment didn’t come off poorly. Rereading what I wrote the tone doesn’t come off how I meant it to. Sorry about that.

Rachel-Glad you found an oolong you like.

Rachel J

No problem, looseTman! With some teas, I have had trouble getting the brew just right, but with this one, when I say it tastes different every time, I think it’s just because of me… something unrelated to brewing variability. :)

Thanks for the comments!

Rachel J

Stacy, just wondering, do you think all Bai Hao’s get leaf-hoppers? Are some grown with pesticides? I wonder if that’s the difference between a good Bai Hao and a mediocre “Formosa Oolong”… Hmmm…

Butiki Teas

Rachel-The special character of Oriental Beauty is the flavor that comes from the leafhoppers biting the leaves and the plants healing. All Oriental Beauty teas should be leafhopper bitten. You would certainly be able to tell taste wise if they were not. I bet some companies choose not to mention the leafhoppers since it might turn away some customers knowing there are insects biting them. Formosa means Taiwan and was what the Portuguese named Taiwan. At one point all teas from Taiwan were called formosas. Certainly an Oriental Beauty could be called a formosa oolong.

Rachel J

Thanks for the info!

Butiki Teas

Rachel-You’re welcome. I saw your other question about Gui Fei and didn’t want to answer in that thread since you were addressing the question to another company but thought I might answer here since I didn’t want to step on any toes. All Gui Fei should be leafhopper bitten. This is a really new style of tea (1999) and came about after farms were abandoned due to an earthquake. Gui Fei uses the same cultivar that Dong Ding uses (Qing Xin) and is made using Dong Ding processing techniques.

Rachel J

Thanks, Stacy! I don’t remember asking about Gui Fei anywhere else! Appreciate this info, though. There is so much to learn, and I find it all quite fascinating.

Butiki Teas

No problem. It was in your oolong thread, posted 12 days ago but I just happened upon it today. Absolutely, and with tea the more I learn the more I realize that there is so much more to learn.

looseTman

Stacy. Thanks, that’s very kind of you. No problem – tone is frequently challenging in written communications for both the sender & receiver since it lacks the important nonverbal cues we all rely upon in our daily interpersonal communications.

I agree the word “cup” is frequently ambiguous when discussing tea. We’ve all been taught there’s 8 oz. in a cup since elementary school. But, the tea industry tradition has been 6 oz for a very long time. Specifying TEAcup / 6 oz. or 8 oz. should help.

I also agree that “US customers tend to prefer larger amounts of tea.” Thus, it would be very helpful if the US tea trade would come to a new consensus increasing the single-serving size of tea to reflect current tea consumption. However, tea is a global commodity. Would the rest of the world agree?

Butiki Teas

looseTman-I definitely need to pay more attention to that. Recently, I have had a bad habit of not even reviewing what I write due to the volume of emails that I respond to everyday. That is something I need to work on.

In some ways using 8oz as our standard for measurement hurts us because that means we claim less servings per ounce of tea since we do specify how many cups each ounce should provide. I like to use it since I feel its more accurate to our average customer, though 12oz is probably more accurate. I like 8oz also because I feel like it also might be less confusing to someone who is new to tea. We skip the whole “cup” issue and just say by how many ounces of water is needed. Especially, since there are a few teas that we only recommend eastern brewing for.

We do tend to cater more towards US and Canadian customers but that is also the vast majority of our customers, especially after the shipping increases from the USPS. Using liquid ounces at all is really geared more towards Americans since the rest of the world uses milliliters (liquid) and grams (dry).

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Thank you Stacy at Butiki for this sample tea!

I didn’t have any tea this morning because I slept in. Luxury!
It’s something I don’t do very often though.

Old
Everyone thinks that one day when they retire, they’ll sleep in every day but it just doesn’t happen that way.
I’ve often wondered how I worked 8 hours a day, managed kids and bills and raking leaves on my own for the 10 years I was a single parent (I worked another 20 years besides that).
I got in a grove for 40 years like a slot car and off I went.

Last night one of my granddaughters said, “When I get to be an old lady, I’m going to have a blast and do all kinds of things with my grand-kids, drink tea like grandma and write music.” That did my heart good. She said that many of her friends say they hate old people.

I’m trying to show how them (and their friends) that getting older can be wonderful.
Most of the people reading these tea reviews (like you) are young. You’re parents or grandparents might be getting older. (Heck, everyone will be old one day.) I’ll tell you this…I’m free to be myself now, more than at any time in my life. Old isn’t bad, it’s a challenge at times and an adjustment. (My peeps landed on the moon, protested for Civil Rights and Woman’s Rights, invented and built the Computer Industry, the Beetles, Rolling Stones, Richard Gere (63) all from oldies. Talk to an oldster sometime. You’d be surprised at what they know.) It’s fantastic in many ways!

Tea Review:

I chose this Butiki sample and was stunned at how wonderful the aroma of the wet leaves were. Savory, roasty and a little floral in a way that matches the best quality Oolongs I’ve tried. Stunning scent…hard for me to pull myself away from the dark moss green leaves.

Taking my first sip I wasn’t disappointed. The roasted flavor was smooth and rich, honey with a little potato mouth-feel thickness.
I remembered that this was the tea made sweet by leaf hoppers chewing on the tea tree leaves forcing the tree to work harder producing new leaves with more sugar in them. (The sweetness was lovely!)

Stacy has noted an apple, raw almond and lightly burned toast flavor…which I thought about for awhile. I could imagine a fragrant yellow apple, home grown…sweet and cold chopped and mixed with a little grilled white pork and sprinkled with some almonds. The meat would have to have some roasty bits from the bottom of the pan.

I get carried away….

Boy this is good tea! An Oolong that doesn’t get astringent, has just enough roasty, floral, fruity flavor too! This is not your average Oolong. It’s substantial!

This Fui Fei Oolong would be a great choice for Fall and Winter.

TeaBrat

I love old people and hate children. :-P

darby

My hats off to “old” people although I don’t really look at age. I am 37 and most of my friends are 70-80. Makes me sad everytime we have a funeral around here thinking one of my friends could be next!

Butiki Teas

Your granddaughter sounds very sweet :)

Bonnie

You might like my little boy grandchildren Amy since they drink tea. One loves Pu-erh. The older girls are not children…15,17,18. Darby, you are in charge of remembering them and carrying on the good lessons. What a nice way to be. I like younger people myself. Old people make me laugh though, we’re funny!

Ysaurella

Well Bonnie, don’t know for USA but I’m pretty sure it’s the same everwhere : young people don’t hate old people but they like to do “as if” when they are talking to friends…they feel like rebels doing this (!)
And anyway, we are always the old of another one ! I am 38 and I heard my neighbour of 20 years saying “the old” about me !

Bonnie

Oh dear Ysaurella, you ARE young! I’ll tell you that my two best friends in California are 35 and 50 which is a lot younger than I am. One from Eretria and one from Lebanon. One day I’ll tell their stories of bravery! You are younger than my daughter!

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519 tasting notes

And this was our last tea of the day at work today. (So much for cutting back…)

I liked this much more today. I notice I like it after it cools off somewhat but before it gets cold. As it cools the buttery texture comes out more. It still is definitely an oolong that I would not normally drink but I’m glad I gave it another shot.

I steeped it for quite a long time the first time around and the leaves hadn’t really unfurled. The second steep released them further and I just left the infuser in the pot. Not a bit of bitter, good flavor still on the second steep. Wish we’d had time for a third.

And after 3 pots, I have a sipdown of something. Finally. :)

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 6 min, 0 sec

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456 tasting notes

Superb Tea, right now I just don’t have much to say about it because my mind is preoccupied with other things, I haven’t seen Lance since Thursday when he went into the hospital for hip replacement and worried for my mother.
I will get to see Lance tomorrow(at his moms, where he is recovering) but I stayed home on this hospital visit because I’m just not in a proper emotional state right now and he needed stress free time in the hospital, I’m stressing very badly.
I’m worried for my mother’s brain surgery on Monday to remove a tumor and hope it is a success and if it is then we have to pray that it’s not cancer, Please those of you who pray, Pray for my Mom :)
Its a really good Tea tho I’ll give it a proper review soon just wanted to log it and I guess I wanted to let you guys know what’s happening in my life right now.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

it does remind me of some other tea i’ve had recently but I can’t place it at the moment, Dong Ding Ming Xiang or Honey Heritage maybe not sure.

Kittenna

I’ll keep your mom in my thoughts! Hope everything works out!

ashmanra

Definitely praying, starting right now, Tommy!

mrmopar

Prayers your way Tommy! Trust in God he knows what is best in the long run.

Veronica

You and your mom are in my prayers!

Ysaurella

wishing a total recovery for your friend and mom

Thomas Edward(Toad)

Thank You all :)

Charisma

I’m sending over good vibes! I will keep Lance and your mother in my thoughts.

Butiki Teas

You’ll be in my thoughts. I hope your mom and Lance recover quickly.

K S

Prayers lifted for Lance, mom, and the Toad man.

Thomas Edward(Toad)

Thank You all for Prayers, I’m headed to the hospital now for mom’s surgery.

ashmanra

Keep us updated!

Thomas Edward(Toad)

I just posted a new update in the discussion :(

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512 tasting notes

Another tasty sample from SIl! Thanks! :)

Naturally honey flavored oolongs are a favorite of mine. This one smells very promising.
Mmm…yes. Honey dipped apples. Specifically, skin on green apples. Barely toasty. Floral sweet, like lychee. This is like a middle ground between green and dark oolongs. I like.

I think all those black teas I’ve been drinking are ruining my taste buds. The lighter teas I used to enjoy are tasting too light! Ack. How do I retrain my taste buds? :(

Nicole

I am having the same problem! I used to love the lighter blacks and now I pass them over in favor of the strong ones. I suppose as long as I can find tea I love, it doesn’t matter what variation it is. :)

Sil

Glad you’re enjoying them :)

Terri HarpLady

I’m the same! I’m trying to make an effort to drink at least one green or white tea per day. Also, I’ve noticed that if I drink several steeping of sheng, it seems to reset my taste buds.
This is also why I made a tea inventory on my computer. I printed it out & put a mark next to each tea as I drink it. The idea is I have to either drink or serve every tea on the list before I can start over, LOL, which resulted in me buying more black teas so that I could be sure & start each day with one of them (at least).

Terri HarpLady

Of course, I’ve already cheated a couple of times…

Sil

haha terri!

Terri HarpLady

;)
Ms Theresa is exceptional at setting up systems to organize things, parameters, etc. She’s very left brained that way. The problem is little terri talks her into wasting her talents on things like my tea collection, instead of the office, or the sheet music collection, etc…& then we never really follow her ‘systems’ (we have all kinds of them) for very long at a time, & soon they are forgotten.

Mercuryhime

I think I’ll stop black tea consumption for a while until my taste buds atop being silly.

Sil

oooh not sure i could do that. I don’t love a lot of greens heh, though i prefer them to whites and green oolongs

Mercuryhime

I think we might have opposite tea taste. For me, it’s green oolong, white, green and then black. I had only been drinking so much black lately because I just discovered that I don’t dislike it entirely. I’m going to slow down my experimentation now though.

Sil

haha i could use an opposite tea taster friend! lol I tend to seek out the notes from people who enjoy the things that i don’t typically like to see what i might want to try first.

I think it depends largely on the tea as well because i’ve found a few straight greens and oolongs that i love quite a bit. though not too many. mostly i find they’re sort of take it or leave it..though maybe summer will change that since i only really started down this path starting last august?

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This is a sipdown. I love this oolong, but I drink oolongs so rarely. This will definitely be in a future Butiki order, though perhaps not the most upcoming one. Goodbye for now, Gui Fei.

Flavors: Honey

Stephanie

Mmm leafhopperlicious!

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2914 tasting notes

Sweet honey notes, toastiness, that coriander essence, & fruitiness. This is my after dinner tea.

Dear Sil, would you believe I’m running out of teas? LOL, don’t worry, I have a few left, and the night is young, but it has occurred to me that several of the sipdown candidates I brought to Tony’s are puerh samples, which require multiple steepings.

Nonetheless, I will carry on…waterlogged tea-drunk…

Sil

haha i think i need to toss my hat in at this point lol. Nearly all the teas i have that i could sipdown are black teas, which, while caffeine doesn’t generally affect me…tonight would likely prove to be the exception. lol So i’m stopping here…at 218 unless some crazy insane part of me changes my mind before bed.

Terri HarpLady

I’ll drink a few more, but I don’t want to be up all night peeing, so we’ll see how far I get.

Sil

luckily i have super crazy awesome bladder…so as long as i go to the washroom before i sleep…i’m good until morning, but maaaan morning is a good time lol

Terri HarpLady

That’s because you haven’t had any kids ;)

Sil

LMAO yeah probably lol

Terri HarpLady

kids change everything!

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