Golden Xuan Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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  • “This is one of my teas that I forgot when I bought it. So upon brewing I thought I could be in for some magic. It has a lovely, light floral aroma. I was generous with the leaf in the Gaiwan. ...” Read full tasting note
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Many consider this tea to be the finest of all Oolong varieties. Its amber color, creamy flavor and flowery aroma intoxicates the senses. Golden Xuan from Fujian grows on ridges and hills surrounded by winding springs and cool mists.

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This is one of my teas that I forgot when I bought it. So upon brewing I thought I could be in for some magic. It has a lovely, light floral aroma. I was generous with the leaf in the Gaiwan. The flavor in the first steep is light. I must add that the aroma has me intoxicated. If I could taste the aroma I would be in heaven. Maybe in the second steep. The second is darker. The aroma is more subdued. There is that electrical sensation in my mouth and into my body. I am getting the chills with each sip. Not to the extent that I get when I drink the 1998 Xingyang Golden Leaf. Not as extreme but they are there just the same. I would have to guess that this has been at the back of my tea drawer for at least 10 years. I am loving the way it has made me feel. This is quite a tea buzz to say the least….

K S

That must be some tea to get that kind of reaction after 10 years in a drawer!

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