FengHuang GuiFei Oolong

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  • “Backlog: An outstanding Oolong! Ali Shan Oolong teas are my favorite, but, if I had to choose a second, this one would certainly be a contender. In fact, if I spent more time with this tea, it...” Read full tasting note
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Citrusy with the taste of ripe stone and pit fruit.

GuiFei was originally crafted in FengHuang village in Nantou’s LuGu county (famous for creating the Dong Ding oolong style). After the 9/21 earthquake, tea gardens were abandoned and the tea plants allowed to grow wild.

Our FengHuang GuiFei was crafted in remembrance of our founder’s grandmother (originally from FengHuang village) who passed recently and as an homage to those who lost their lives in the earthquake. It is a declaration that even in the darkest hours we can rise and overcome.

Cultivar: CuiYu
Oxidation: 20%
Roast: 50%

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Backlog:

An outstanding Oolong! Ali Shan Oolong teas are my favorite, but, if I had to choose a second, this one would certainly be a contender. In fact, if I spent more time with this tea, it could even be a contender to replace my beloved Ali Shan – this stuff ROCKS!

Delightfully fruity with notes of citrus and stone fruit. Woodsy tones and a sweet honey-esque note. One of the sweetest, most enjoyable Oolong teas I’ve ever enjoyed!

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/03/24/fenghuang-guifei-oolong-tea-from-mountain-tea/

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