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Oolong Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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From Camellia Sinensis

This delicious green wulong has a relatively pronounced perfume of lilac. Rich aromatics blend pleasantly with a refreshing clear texture.

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I had really high hopes for this one, after being dragged in by the mention of lilacs (my favourite flower). I enjoyed it but it fell short and I’m not going to rate it till I have another go at it, probably with longer steeping times. It was light and crisp and floral (though I got more lily or orchid or something than lilac) but for some reason I expected more. The tiny, tightly-rolled balls were a pleasure to watch, though. And it did hold up well to several infusions; it wasn’t very flavourful but the flavour was consistent.

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This light and floral tea is a tightly rolled oolong that is durable like an ali shan but maybe even sweeter. the flavor held strong even after 8 infusions in a pot. this is my go to tea right now so hopefully i won’t go through it too quick.

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195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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This tea is buttery and tastes lilac. It is good occasionally, not an everyday tea for me, but I like it really much. The lilac taste always surprise me. It is a tea you need to smell before drinking it, it absolutely changes the taste.

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