Tie Luo Han Spring Harvest 2009

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Oolong Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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Tie Luo Han (Iron Warrior Monk in English) is one of the five most famous teas from the great category of oolongs known as “Wu Yi Yen Cha,” or Wu Yi Rock Teas. It was hand harvested and processed during the Spring season of 2009 in the Wu Yi Shan National Scenic Area of Northwest Fujian Province.

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Fabulous! Exceptional oolong with deep, rich, penetrating, complex, dark flavor. Yummy!

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This will be my first attempt at brewing gong-fu style. Will use 95 degree water with 30 second steeps, throwing out the first 10 second steep. Used my unglazed clay pot and cups, and 5g of the tea. First infusion: It is surprisingly sweet and light (in taste, not in color) with a subtle taste that reminds me of bamboo. Clean and pleasant. Second infusion: Very very similar to the first, but with a slightly deeper taste (I think). The third infusion is similar, but a little more earthy – once again, slightly more depth.

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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