Wuyi Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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Hand plucked tea from the Wuyi mountains in Fujian, China. According to Foojoy, this tea has weight loss and skin-clearing properties.

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There weren’t any directions on the teabag packaging, so I didn’t know how long to steep this, and at which water temperature I should do so. The resulting tea was fairly mild, with a mahogany-honey color, and a smooth feeling on the palate. This isn’t a particularly aromatic tea, and the taste is fairly average. I would have probably enjoyed this one better if I would have steeped it a bit more; the texture was a bit watery for my tastes.

I think I’m starting to really enjoy oolongs. I can’t wait to try a loose leaf variety; they seem to have the robust flavors of black teas, with the lightness and easy drinkability of the greens. Tell me if I’m wrong!

As for the weight-loss properties, I’m really not interested. I’m actually trying to gain weight, not lose it, so I’m probably going to steer clear of this one for a while.
Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 15 sec
Angrboda

As far as I know, the majority of the supposed health benefits of tea have never actually been put to proper scientific study that wasn’t sponsored by the tea business. At least that’s what I’ve been told.
I’ve heard the weight loss thing about pu-ehrs too, but like you I don’t look for anything else in my tea than a good flavour primarily and a high quality secondarily.

teaplz

I agree with you entirely. The only teas that I use for comfort relief of any kind are peppermint and chamomile!

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