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Mu Zha Tie Guan Yin

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From Naivetea

Ingredients :
Tie Guan Yin
Oxidation/Fermentation: 35%
Roast: 45%

Origins :
Mu Zha, Northern Taiwan
Elevation: 250 meters/820 feet

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I am going to a party tonight so more caffeine is ok for the time being. :)

This came as a free sample with the last Dong Ding oolong I got from Naivetea. I have been very impressed with the consistent quality and deliciousness across their product line. There is a clean and bright quality that is captured so well.

I am a fan of some of the darker roasted oolongs. When these tea leaves are wet they smell like burnt caramel and toast. There is a sweetness here and a smoothness that is quite delightful. I am wondering how mere water is transformed into such deliciousness!

After 4 steeps the tea shows no signs of losing its flavor and just seems to keep getting sweeter and more candy like. I do not think I like it quite as well as the Dong Ding (which got 100 from me) but it is still rather spectacular.

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This is a truly excellent tea. So many roasted Ti Kuan Yins taste primarily of “roast” while this tea allows some of the floral sweetness to peak through. Stunning.


I had it the other day, it’s good!

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Dry Leaf Aroma: The dry leaf has a refreshing toasted wheat like kind of smell if that makes sense. There is another smell too but I can’t describe it but it is not a bad smell.
Wet Leaf Aroma: I get a toasted smell that has a sweet smell I almost associate it with honey with a woody under tone to it.
Liquor: Has like a amber type of color.
Taste: I get like a toasted flavor with a woody maybe even smoky flavor with like a honeyed sweetness.
My Score: This is a 94 This is the best Ti Guan Yin to date I have ever tasted. This one is pricey but she is good.

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a honey-glazed celebration of toasted o’s heated over sweet wood chips. Score= 93 and Review # 280 on Walker Tea Review

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