2011 Phoenix Ku Fu Cha

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Oolong Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “This tea has been watching me drink countless other teas during the past few months since I had it last. This time I think the roast and the fruity notes have grown while the sweetness has faded....” Read full tasting note
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    benyoungbaer 108 tasting notes
  • “Roasted and soothing. The aroma is so sweet it reminds me of sugarcane, but the flavor is sweet woodsmoke and plum. Golden amber in the cup. Not as fruity as other Phoenix Oolongs I've tried, but...” Read full tasting note
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This tea has been watching me drink countless other teas during the past few months since I had it last. This time I think the roast and the fruity notes have grown while the sweetness has faded. Most of the time the sweetness in Dan Congs will linger and the fruitiness or the roast will fade.

While the overall flavors are still quite good, it is not quite what it once was. I’ll revisit this again in a few months to see what else changes. It’s worth noting that I have been storing it in the ziplocked package it came in from Ming Tao Xuan which I put in another airtight tin.

For the Cha Xi, I used my Phoenix pot which even with its thicker walls brews a fantastic floral and lively infusion every time. The pot pours quickly and smoothly.

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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec

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87
108 tasting notes

Roasted and soothing. The aroma is so sweet it reminds me of sugarcane, but the flavor is sweet woodsmoke and plum. Golden amber in the cup. Not as fruity as other Phoenix Oolongs I’ve tried, but the very long twisted leaves are brimming with flavor nonetheless.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 1 min, 15 sec
Ben Youngbaer

this is one of the lightest phoenix’ i’ve ever tasted, the infusion is more yellow than peach/apricot. quite nice, although i think i prefer the song zhong we had the other day

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