Da Yu Ling Taiwan Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 g 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “This oolong has dark green rolled leaves. The smell is pretty vegetal and brews up a light yellow color. The main note I get from this tea is very full mouthfeel. The background players are...” Read full tasting note
    mj1851 268 tasting notes
  • “I decided Western isn't how I drink my oolongs; I prefer my pseudo gonfu cha, so that's how I'm doing it. I'm just only drinking some of each infusion and dumping the rest. It's easier that...” Read full tasting note
    cheri0627 407 tasting notes
  • “I lost track of time so over-steeped this a bit. It is delicious, with good body, and grassy flavors with vegetable undercurrents. Taste transitions smoothly into a long, fairly powerful finish. ...” Read full tasting note
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    Dr Jim 114 tasting notes

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This oolong has dark green rolled leaves. The smell is pretty vegetal and brews up a light yellow color. The main note I get from this tea is very full mouthfeel. The background players are delicate grassiness and a light vegetable taste, but they really play second fiddle to the mouthfeel of this tea..

Cheri

One thing I love about oolongs is the mouth feel. So many have that fantastic mouth feel….

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407 tasting notes

I decided Western isn’t how I drink my oolongs; I prefer my pseudo gonfu cha, so that’s how I’m doing it. I’m just only drinking some of each infusion and dumping the rest. It’s easier that way.

Did a quick rinse, which I then drank some of. Nice. Great mouth feel. Not too strong on the flavor yet.

Second infusion was much stronger on the flavor, just a little green kind of grassy.

Third infusion was my favorite. I drank the whole thing. A little more grassy, but still not strongly so. Love the mouth feel. I will definitely try to find other oolongs of this type in the future.

(I could see steepster trying to eat this note, so I copied it.)

Marzipan

I’m trying to wrap up work so I can take off early and do some gongfu.

Cheri

Color me jealous!

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114 tasting notes

I lost track of time so over-steeped this a bit. It is delicious, with good body, and grassy flavors with vegetable undercurrents. Taste transitions smoothly into a long, fairly powerful finish. The primary characteristic of this tea is the full, rich mouth-feel. The flavors are nice, but don’t hold my interest as much as some other teas.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 g 6 OZ / 177 ML

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