Zhenyan Da Hong Pao Yan Cha from Buddha Country Cliff

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “Before steeping, the aroma is noticeably less roasty than your typical Da Hong Pao. The liquor is a surprising deep amber, though the liquor is like a cross between a DHP and a Tie-Guan-Yin; you...” Read full tasting note
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Leaves of Da Hong Pao Yan Cha are regular, middle roasted and emits nice flavors of honey, cereal and some very light fruity scents. Aroma of wet leaves are refined and multi-layered. It is a mix of dark, roasty, biscuit notes with very pleasant milky and fruity scents. Taste is complex and round but notes of recent roasting are still present. Fruity and nutty nuances are enriched by strong, mineral rock-rhyme (Yan Yun). Aftertaste is sweet and long and dominated by fruity flavours.

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Before steeping, the aroma is noticeably less roasty than your typical Da Hong Pao. The liquor is a surprising deep amber, though the liquor is like a cross between a DHP and a Tie-Guan-Yin; you can even see a few greenish tea leaves among the brown. This is a lightly toasted tea, but this gains distinction with the floral flavor notes and rich color. If you don’t care for its floral notes, you should have success mixing with other DHPs to give more balance to the taste. A quality tea.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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