Ali Shan Mr.Chen

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “I don't always brew this perfectly, but when I do it's simply amazing. It tastes very "complete", like all the flavours are in balance. Loving this purchase so far, nothing to nit-pick. At first I...” Read full tasting note
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From the mountain of Ali Shan, Taiwan, this high altitude wulong is one of our grand classics. A sweet and fruity liquor has notes of coconut strong floral aroma with an edge of vanilla.

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I don’t always brew this perfectly, but when I do it’s simply amazing. It tastes very “complete”, like all the flavours are in balance. Loving this purchase so far, nothing to nit-pick. At first I felt a bit silly to splurge on this, but this will be another tea I’ll dread to use up.

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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec
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May I ask you a stupid question? I say its stupid because I know that I could probably just look it up instead of ask, but since you have experience drinking this…what is the difference between an Oolong and a Wulong? I love my Oolongs but the description on the Ali Shan Mr. Chen describes it as a Wulong. Does it taste very similar to Oolongs? Thanks for the time.

Dorothy

Wulong and oolong are the same thing. According to wikipedia, wulong is just a more direct translation. I believe it is all pronounced the same way.

Don’t worry about asking questions. Many of us steepsteries are happy to answer them. :)

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