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Jin Shuan (Hualien)

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “Tastes like fresh rain dripping from spring blooms...I oversteeped the third infusion and it was still preciously sweet. Creamy but not thick. A darling tea!” Read full tasting note
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  • “Smell: Before brewing, the leaves smell sweet and silky. Tea liquor smells like typical oolong Flavor: I like how the buttery and vegetal flavor is very faint, but it enhances the creamy flavor....” Read full tasting note
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  • “I'm drinking the winter harvest version. You know how your life seems to progress from a love of simple, bold flavors (Hi-C?) to, say, fine Burgundies (yeah, I'm old) that you never would have...” Read full tasting note
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From Camellia Sinensis

From Camellia-Sinensis website: The Jin Shuan cultivar is prized in Taiwan for its floral character and texture reminiscent of cream and butter. The full-bodied liquor is both delicate and rich. The taste of flowers (lily, dandelion) and pine nuts harmonizes to make this one of our mildest and most refreshing wulongs.

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Tastes like fresh rain dripping from spring blooms…I oversteeped the third infusion and it was still preciously sweet. Creamy but not thick. A darling tea!

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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302 tasting notes

Smell: Before brewing, the leaves smell sweet and silky. Tea liquor smells like typical oolong

Flavor: I like how the buttery and vegetal flavor is very faint, but it enhances the creamy flavor. Its a very tasty, with mild flavor, that ends on a sweet note.

Reminds me of: Somewhat reminds me of DavidsTea’s milk oolong, but the flavor doesn’t jump out at you.

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I’m drinking the winter harvest version. You know how your life seems to progress from a love of simple, bold flavors (Hi-C?) to, say, fine Burgundies (yeah, I’m old) that you never would have remotely liked as a kid? I think I’m somehow enjoying this relatively more delicate but creamy, sweet, thick Jin Shuan at least as much as I ever enjoyed the bolder, crazier versions I’ve tried. I think it’s satisfying, thick body makes up for the relatively delicate (but delicious) flavor.

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