Severe Degree of Fermentation Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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One of the Teas included in the ITFA Global Tea Taster’s Club Taiwan shipment (October Shipment).

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2246 tasting notes

Sipdown! 828. Thanks to LiberTeas for including this in my tasting box, which I have yet to make a great deal of progress on.

Anyhow, this is delicious, and perfect tonight. If anything, I brewed it a tad strong. It tastes like an aged tieguanyin to me, all creamy and delicious and roasty. Similar to the aged tgys from Verdant that I’ve enjoyed recently, although perhaps more… burny. And very good. Yum.

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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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6770 tasting notes

If anyone else received this one and knows how to read Japanese – by all means – EDIT this tea!!!!

This was the tightest packaged tea I have ever come across. The FRESHNESS and aroma is truly amazing tho! Well worth the vacuum-packed effort!

I will be doing an infusion test with this one…here is the 1st infusion’s findings…

The aroma is a little like slightly salted butter. The taste is a little like buttered veggies but not as intense with the buttered notes as some I have tasted. It’s brothy and savory.

This is darned tasty! I feel like I’m eating something rather than drinking something!

LiberTEAS

LOL … it’s not from Japan, it’s from Taiwan.

TeaEqualsBliss

DOH!!!!!! My bad! :) But…is it IN Japanese on the label? Or Taiwanese? Regardles…I can’t read it! LOL – Sorry about that!

LiberTEAS

I don’t know if it’s Japanese, or Taiwanese, or possibly Mandarin? I really don’t know. (and no need to apologize, I was just feeling silly) I have a bag of tea that my husband brought home to me a few weeks ago (maybe even longer than that now), that I can’t read… it’s a Chinese White tea that one of his co workers procured for me from China. But, I can’t read it. LOL so I don’t know how to log it. So, it’s just sitting here at my desk, in its pretty little package, calling out to me and I have to ignore it because I don’t know what the heck it is. LOL

But, back to the ITFA teas… It’s very hard to read the labels sometimes, I usually turn to the informational packet that they include in the shipment for information about the teas.

seule771

Hummmm, you tempted me, than mentioned buttery and salty in the taste/flavoring and I have decided it is not to be for me. It has been a while since I had Oolong teas of my own since having finished all of mine.

Nice review thank you. I hope to be around you guys, at times it is nice to be here. Things are really tough on me. Again good review as always.

TeaEqualsBliss

seule771 – hope things are looking up soon! I raise my teacup to you!

seule771

Sorry to say, no hope there. It just has to be so. Pr-determinism; to keep repeating the past so next generation fairs best. It just is.

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This is one of the more unusual Oolong teas that I’ve ever encountered, I don’t think I’ve ever tasted one quite like it. It has a savory overtone to it, slightly salty and creamy. It is soupy … like a rich, thick broth. It tastes very nourishing. I agree with TeaEqualsBliss in that this is as though I’m eating something rather than drinking it.

But there is also sweetness to it, and rather than a savory flavor to cut through the sweetness, it is as though the sweetness is here to cut through the savory tones and give it some balance.

Like I said, a truly unusual tea. I really REALLY like this one.

TeaBrat

ha – what a great name!

LiberTEAS

With my 3rd & 4th infusion, a sour note comes in to play. Not a strong sour taste, but, its there. A very palate pleasing effect with sweet, sour, savory-salty and buttery notes. Nice.

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This is a truly exquisite oolong. Complex, fruity, nutty, rich. Get it. Drink it.

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