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2009 Rou Gui (Cinnamon) Wuyi Rock Tea-Zheng Yan, 2009 Spring

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “I purchased this from Jas eTea for a comparable price and am very impressed with it. I think the playing up of the cinnamon is reasonable. It comes through nicely in the aroma as a Mexican mole or...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is a very good example of a Wuyi "rock Tea". Strong notes of Cinnamon as well as a bit of a floral aroma. If your a fan of Wuyi Oolong you need to try this one its excellent. The price is...” Read full tasting note
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Rou Gui Wuyi rock tea is named after its cinnamon taste in the tea soup. Rou Gui rock tea is sought after by many heavy tea drinkers for its sharp cinnamon aroma and taste, but also its thickness and sweetness in the tea soup.

This tea is from Zheng Yan areas; after drinking it, you will feel the heavy rock tea taste and super-long, after-sweetness and sharp, pleasing cinnamon aroma.

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I purchased this from Jas eTea for a comparable price and am very impressed with it. I think the playing up of the cinnamon is reasonable. It comes through nicely in the aroma as a Mexican mole or spiced hot chocolate. This tea also has a big fruit bouquet, with punching white grapefruit, simmered yellow plums, and candied apples. Flavors percolate in goat milk caramel, toast, honey, and a bit of soy. Complex, easy to brew, and very enjoyable. Worth seeking out in my opinion.

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This is a very good example of a Wuyi “rock Tea”. Strong notes of Cinnamon as well as a bit of a floral aroma. If your a fan of Wuyi Oolong you need to try this one its excellent. The price is also really good to at only $4.50/25g

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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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