Rou Gui (Cinnebar) Wu Yi Cliff Tea

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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Cinnabar, or Rou Gui in Chinese, is another of our fine mother tree cliff teas. The long-lasting aroma of this tea has hints of exotic spices and scents from the depths of a honeycomb. The energy of Cinnabar is deep and penetrating and this tea can stand alone or be consumed after another enhancing the overall chi effect. This tea was hand picked, processed and packaged contributing to this intense energy. Like our other mother tree cliff teas, once our stock of this is gone, it may be gone for good! There is a limit of one 20g package per client order.

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What a wonderful oolong! I am backlogging as I had this one as my last tea of 2010 on New Year’s Eve and was a perfect selection. I noted honey and spicy, yes spicy flavors. This was juicy w/a discernable tickle on the tongue. This is one oolong that I would recommend and am looking forward to trying the rest of my Cloudwalker teas. No roasted flavors , no vegetative, no florals.

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Wow! This is really good! The spice notes are profound. A deep sweetness with a contrast of a somewhat sour note, and the spice mingling with those flavors is really quite fantastic!

I like this one a lot!

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I just drank this tea for the first time in a long time… As a shop owner, I suffer from having too many choices sometimes and as a consequence some very good teas go untried for too long. Even though I didn’t drink this tea in my traditional gong fu method, by only filling my mug half full I was still able to appreciate the incredible aromas: apricot and honey mostly. The flavour is light, roasted oolong with a hint of anise and the energy is quite deep when I permit myself to close my eyes. An excellent tea to be sure.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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