Green Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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This lightly oxidized oolong tea from Taiwan has a wonderfully creamy texture and rich taste with a delicate sweetness. The soothing floral aroma from this tea is great for relaxation and enjoyment through out the day. The Chinese traditionally treasure the slimming effects from this tea.

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Got this free with another order. Love that EnjoyingTea lets you pick some freebies to try!
You know there are days when I just want to plop a bag in a cup and not worry about it. This is a decent oolong for that! Was in a hurry – I may have to leave the house at any moment as grandmother is in the hospital so didn’t want to have to baby sit a steeping tea let alone waste one. This fit the bill. It has a nice flavor distinctly oolong – granted not a TOP notch oolong but not shabby!

Missy

Hope she gets better soon.

Azzrian

Thank you – it ended up being an allergic reaction NOT a stroke :)

Missy

Yay! Allergic reactions always suck but it’s probably fixable.

Lynne-tea

Phew! That is good it was only an allergic reaction! I hope she recovers quickly =)

Azzrian

Thank you Lynne-tea. I wish I could call and wake her up and ask her how she is doing lol but I will let her sleep :) She is at home now and my aunt lives with her – rather she lives with my aunt so I am sure she is fine. :)

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This oolong teabag was sent to me by Azzrian… but I’m 95% certain it’s not a green oolong. It steeped up pretty dark, and smells more like genmaicha, but could also be a darker oolong.

Oh dear. I thought 3 minutes would be appropriate but I think it’s oversteeped :( I suppose it should have occurred to me that it’s a teabag, and therefore will infuse stronger/more quickly! Blah. I think I have another one of these left, so will have to try again later. The flavour (minus the astringency/bitterness) isn’t bad though; kind of sweet/nutty/toasty.

And thus concludes Round 1 of plowing through all the tea samples I have left to try! A good number of hits, and the misses are because that’s all I had left to try! :)

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
CHAroma

You certainly did plow through a great number of teas! It’s been hard trying to keep up with all the tasting notes! ;)

Azzrian

Hummm I have three kinds of bags from them – one is Jasmine Green, one just says Oolong, the other is a pu-erh. All bagged. Got them free with other orders. I bet it isn’t green oolong.
I don’t like that their bags do not have the names of the tea on them as they can get mixed up at times. If I wrote GREEN oolong on your baggie I put them in then I was wrong to do that. :)

Kittenna

CHAroma – I went through my dashboard at one point last night, and it was practically a one-woman show! Hahahaha, whoops :D

Azzrian – you just told me it was an oolong, and I looked in your cupboard to see which one it was, and you had this one reviewed. It definitely was more along the lines of a roasted oolong though, but I had no idea which one!

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Smells like moss. Tastes creamy tho. Not too shabby for a bagged oolong.

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