Ben Shan Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “Lucky dip of the morning. I had no real preference for type today so I thought why not? It's a green type oolong and the leaves are a lovely green colour although it could be a bit deeper in hue, I...” Read full tasting note
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    Angrboda 1268 tasting notes
  • “Leaves smells sweet, flowery. They look a fit lighter than usually. Tea also smells floral. Tastes the same. Gentle. Tasty. This is a boring review... ” Read full tasting note
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    malomorgen 224 tasting notes
  • “Crisp, delicate high notes and a dainty floral ting ornament this tea. It is not unlike a mild and timid jasmine though the finish rolls downward into lush vegetation. Akin to a fine brass bell,...” Read full tasting note
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    robc22 144 tasting notes

From Life In Teacup

Production Year: 2009
Production Season: Fall
Production Region: Anxi County, Fujian Province
Style: Modern green style

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4 Tasting Notes

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1268 tasting notes

Lucky dip of the morning. I had no real preference for type today so I thought why not? It’s a green type oolong and the leaves are a lovely green colour although it could be a bit deeper in hue, I think.

The dry leaf aroma is fresh and strong, but otherwise there isn’t really anything about it. It’s fairly typical for this type of tea. Same after steeping, really. Not quite as strong as in the dry leaf, but otherwise the notes are unchanged. Fresh, sweet and somewhat grassy.

Flavour, again fairly typical. Sweet and fresh, and I’m getting a rather strong apple note in it. A sweeter apple type, not the tart crispy ones that I tend to prefer for eating. Yes, apples and also a bit of grass, a touch of butter and something vaguely flowery on top.

This is not half bad, but also not super memorable for me. Green type oolongs do tend to flow together somewhat for me. I should practise tasting them more, I suppose.

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Leaves smells sweet, flowery. They look a fit lighter than usually.

Tea also smells floral. Tastes the same. Gentle. Tasty.
This is a boring review…

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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144 tasting notes

Crisp, delicate high notes and a dainty floral ting ornament this tea. It is not unlike a mild and timid jasmine though the finish rolls downward into lush vegetation.

Akin to a fine brass bell, this one rings out clearly.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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