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Mauka Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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Single-Estate tea: Volcano Tea Garden – Farm Collective
Growing elevation: 3600’, Volcano Village, Hawaii USA
Artfully consistent leaves are vibrantly colored with slightly oxidized edges. Elusive and complex flavor in the cup with a sophisticated, delicate, pale yellow infusion.

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Backlogging this as I am now finishing up my final cup after six infusions.

The flavor of this is so interesting. It starts out rather intense with a sweet and sour fruit note, and the sour dissipates with each subsequent infusion, and the sweetness that is quite honey-like emerges stronger. It starts with a resinous pine note, and this eventually subsides and becomes more of a woodier kind of flavor. With the sixth cup, I recognize a papaya-like flavor that becomes clearer as I near the bottom of the cup.

A really intriguing Oolong. I enjoyed it very much.

KeenTeaThyme

Six infusions?! WOW – that’s a record! :) Sounds absolutely delicious too…down to the last drop.

Amariel

Man I love oolongs!

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Dry – this didn’t have much of a scent to it. Once infused I could smell a woodsy-floral-citrus type aroma plow thru! It was very different from anything I have smelled and anything I ever expected from this one!

OH!!! Special Thanks to LIBERTEAS for this one!

Some of the leaves resemble dried (yet rolled) bay leaves and others look like a greener oolong in near gunpowder form if that makes sense.

The post-infused tea liquid color is a soothing light brown.

The taste is wonderful! Honey yet fruity. Towards the end of the sip I could pick up on a sweet/sour woodsy flavor…very interesting…but it fades away and goes back to the fruity flavors and lingers as a fruity-floral pair.

Neat tea! Great offering!
I’m LOVING this!!!

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