Hualien Feng Mi

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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “The first time I tried this tea I was blown away at the complex flavours. Now that I've had a few more teas similar to this, it doesn't feel very unique but I'm still quite impressed. With each...” Read full tasting note
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From Camellia Sinensis

We discovered this black tea made of large sepia-coloured leaves on our latest trip to the east coast region of Taiwan. The sweet, dense, and comforting character stems from the fruity flavours of plums, pears, and autumn honey, as well as from the surprising floral fragrance.

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The first time I tried this tea I was blown away at the complex flavours. Now that I’ve had a few more teas similar to this, it doesn’t feel very unique but I’m still quite impressed.

With each sip I treat my taste buds to some of my favourite flavours/notes; deep roasted character (reminds me of roasted oolong), honey-barley (reminds me of Oriental Beauty), and a rich black tea body are the highlights. There is also a fleshy/pulpy/grainy texture to the liquour which gives it a nice weight in my mouth. And as noted in the description there is also a nice floral fragrance and fruit flavour going on. If that wasn’t enough please my palate, the roasted tea flavour lingers on in my mouth and my mind for a long time.

I’ve tried this with short steeps before, but I enjoy the rich tea body so steeping at 4 to 5 mins works best for me. Anyway it’s one of my favourite teas, and I love to drink it on rare occasions to treat myself. (I don’t like drinking my favourite teas too often, otherwise the taste becomes ordinary to me. Therefor not as special!)

200ml glass teapot, 2 tsp, 1 steep

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

I’m the same way with my special teas.

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