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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Amount : 6.1g in Dayi gaiwan. 85c water. First steep: 1m Floral and lightly nutty in flavor a hint of maltyness. Second steep: 1m Leaves are starting to open up, more florals and a hint...” Read full tasting note
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Our Jing Shuen Oolong is from a certified organic farm located in the central mountains of Taiwan. It’s a 2009 spring harvested oolong. This is an excellent oolong for anytime of the day. It has a light fruity fragrance and a “creamy”, sweet, clean aftertaste. Jing Shuen has a lower oxidation and roasting level, so it resembles a green tea in its lightness of flavour. The dried leaf is tightly crunched into small pellets. Once the leaf is infused it unfurls into uniform full leaves. The liquor is a lovely golden yellow colour. The leaves can be infused multiple times (4 or more) and still release an excellent “fruity” liquor. Jing Shuen Oolong is a good one to begin with, before experiencing the heavier flavours of Dong Ding or Tie Guan Ying

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Amount : 6.1g in Dayi gaiwan. 85c water.

First steep: 1m
Floral and lightly nutty in flavor a hint of maltyness.

Second steep: 1m
Leaves are starting to open up, more florals and a hint of dryness on the tip of the tongue a ghost of a citrus tang. very light toasted rice in there too.

Third steep: 1m
Nutty and toasty over the florals with a hint of dry citrus and on the extended finish you get a waft of leafy greens like spinach

Fourth steep: 1:30
Citrus and roasted nuts, dryness has not increased or decreased.

Fifth steep: 2m
Nutty kinda sweet almost lactose flavor.

Sixth steep: 3m 90c
Similar to above but a citrus twinge in the middle.

Seventh steep: 5m
Vegital with citrus backnotes

Eighth steep: 10m
Green and dry still got quite a bit of life left in this.

Leafs: Large with about 50% being attached to large stems.

Thoughts: A lovely light flavored Oolong that just goes and goes for ages and not terribly expensive.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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