Yellow Gold Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “What Eteaket calls "tangyness with a hint of fresh grass" is hitting me as "lime with a hint of floor cleaner." But in a good way, if that's possible. Not a bit of chemical, but definitely a...” Read full tasting note
    gmathis 1705 tasting notes
  • “Certainly SWEET! And when they say 'grass' in the product description it is def. a SWEET Grass! The tangy is comparable to a citrus-tang...or at least that is what it reminds me of! Very clean...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “This is delightful. Such a smooth and creamy Oolong with a nice vegetative note. Sweet and delicious. I'm off to write a review of this one for the SororiTea Sisters - it will publish in a...” Read full tasting note
    90
    LiberTEAS 4366 tasting notes
  • “The leaves looked beautiful, all rolled up and bobbing on the surface of the water. I have to say, though, this is not my favourite oolong. I find it not so much grassy as straw-like, and with a...” Read full tasting note
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    QuillGator 14 tasting notes

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Yellow Gold Oolong
There’s a new gold rush in town and while we can’t promise it will make you rich, this tea will definitely make you feel like a million dollars. The hand-rolled leaves of our Yellow Gold Oolong open beautifully to create a complex mix of sweetness and tangyness topped off with notes of fresh grass.

To Enjoy: Use 1 tsp per cup, add water that is just off the boil (around 90-95°C) and brew for 3 mins. Serve immediately or remove leaves. Best without milk. The leaves can be reinfused.

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6 Tasting Notes

1705 tasting notes

What Eteaket calls “tangyness with a hint of fresh grass” is hitting me as “lime with a hint of floor cleaner.” But in a good way, if that’s possible. Not a bit of chemical, but definitely a citrusy-clean thing happening. The way you want your house to smell.

Lovely for a breezy afternoon at Shabby House. Temps in the mid 70’s, clean post-rain sunshine. I want to bottle this weather.

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6770 tasting notes

Certainly SWEET! And when they say ‘grass’ in the product description it is def. a SWEET Grass! The tangy is comparable to a citrus-tang…or at least that is what it reminds me of! Very clean and mouth watering! I like this just fine and dandy!

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4366 tasting notes

This is delightful. Such a smooth and creamy Oolong with a nice vegetative note. Sweet and delicious.

I’m off to write a review of this one for the SororiTea Sisters – it will publish in a few days!

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14 tasting notes

The leaves looked beautiful, all rolled up and bobbing on the surface of the water. I have to say, though, this is not my favourite oolong. I find it not so much grassy as straw-like, and with a very dry aftertaste. It’s almost certainly my palette’s own shortcomings rather than the actual quality of the tea, but I’d not recommend it unless you like seriously robust flavours and possibly grew up on a farm.

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149 tasting notes

Was one of my favourites, but in recent years it just hasn’t been as good as it use to.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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Hmm I don’t know what it is, but all of the teas I’ve tried from Eteaket have tasted savory to me, even ones that boast being “sweet”. This is no exception. I had written a review for this a couple days ago but I guess I forgot to post it and it ended up refreshing and deleting it all, and I seem to have lost the rest of my sample so I can’t even have another cup to refresh my memory.

I do remember that unlike orange oolong supreme, this is made with whole leaves rolled up into knobby balls. And that the tea steeped up yellow and was savory and sort of citrusy and sort of vegetal. But that’s all I remember.

Cameron B.

Lol, obviously this tea was not meant to be. The universe hath spoken!

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