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Li Shan Autumn 2011

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Chris Wilhite
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  • “Using an aroma cup, I get the aroma of sweetgrass. And as the cup cools down, there is a lingering essence of burned braided sweetgrass in a small room. My first steeping has a complex mixture of...” Read full tasting note
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This tea grabs you with its sweet, fruity aroma and its tangy, roasty flavor and then lets you go slowly until you are left with a beautiful sweetness in the back of the throat.

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Using an aroma cup, I get the aroma of sweetgrass. And as the cup cools down, there is a lingering essence of burned braided sweetgrass in a small room. My first steeping has a complex mixture of honey and roasted brazil nuts with a long aftertaste on the cusp of sweet and bitter. The second brew is slightly less sweet but fuller-flavored and solidifies my first impression – honey and roasted nuts (maybe filberts) with the robust essence of burning sweetgrass.

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