Evergreen Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “I am currently eating carrot sticks in the attempt to remind my body of a food besides the carbs I have been ingesting the last 24 hours and drinking this tea because...well, just because! I don't...” Read full tasting note
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From Mark T. Wendell

This naturally fragrant Taiwanese cultivar of a high mountain oolong tea becomes one’s favorite instantly. Its pleasant aroma, delicate flavor and lingering finish are captured within the semi-balled leaves after numerous cycles of withering, oxidation and repeated rolling. This tea has a great deal of attention given at each step of the development process and it shows in each cup. Evergreen Supreme Oolong is a lively, jade-green color. The brewed tea is a yellowish-green, with a light fragrance and pure, sweet taste. The aroma really develops when hot water is poured over the leaf. It is also known as Four Seasons Oolong because it enjoys four prized harvests, one in each of the four seasons.

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I am currently eating carrot sticks in the attempt to remind my body of a food besides the carbs I have been ingesting the last 24 hours and drinking this tea because…well, just because! I don’t need a reason to drink tea.
I am also browsing through a book I bought on my tablet called ‘How to speak like Jane Austen and Live like Elizabeth Bennet’ by Kaelyn Caldwell.
Its quite a delightful and fun little read.
Anywho, the name of this tea brought pine-y loveliness to mind and since its winter time and I live in the land of no trees (seriously) I had visions of snow covered pine trees in my head.
Well, I could have read the full description before my hurried purchase and I might have known that vision was incorrect.
However, despite all that, this tea is very tasty.
It’s smell reminds me very much of a Milk Oolong.
It smells creamy and nutty.
I am getting a bit of sugared nuts and whipped cream, with a roasted veggie note…perhaps parsnips?
Taste will remind you that this is an oolong, a nice sweet, bright vegetal taste cuts through the creamy aroma, rounding off to just a dash of dryness at the back of the tongue.
A lovely tea, indeed!
Perfect companion to a bit of reading and for tagging along to the workshop for a woodcraft project this afternoon.
Have a Happy Day, all you lovely people!

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Whispering Pines Tea Company

I’m about to create your vision. Thank you so much for the push :)

Hesper June

Oooo! I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

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