Da Yu Ling Spring 2011

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Oolong Tea
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This green oolong represents Da Yu Ling, one of Taiwan’s highest mountains, in splendid fashion. The rich and fruit filled aroma leads to wonderment… What could possibly smell so delicious? This high mountain oolong is both brightly green as well as amazingly complex, singing out its chorus of flavors for several minutes after sipping. As I taste this tea, I know that I am being spoiled. This tea starts with bright high note intensity and then adds rounder tones of succulent fruits such as mango, exhibiting both thick and rich body and substantial cha qi.

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The front end of this tea is so sweet. It’s not like agave nectar or honey though. More like magnolia nectar, if there is such a thing. Also, peaches. The body is so milky and smooth and full-flavored. A mild, round vegetal finish.
I have to say that I don’t think Americans often have the opportunity to drink tea like this. I just feel lucky and honored to have this opportunity. Thanks Josh!

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