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Tie Guan Yin

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Oolong Tea
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  • “This tea was fantastically fragrant. Reminded me of teas that I've had when I traveled to Taiwan and Hong Kong. Light, but powerful taste. Would definitely recommend this!” Read full tasting note
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    bdotdub 11 tasting notes
  • “Great with lunch, a solid restaurant-style oolong (even though they have higher-grade varieties on the menu). Came with a shrimp and avocado over rice lunch box.” Read full tasting note
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    jack 181 tasting notes
  • “Sweet smoky flavor with a little maltyness. Stands up to the heaviness of the food (served as a lunch tea). The flavors stay with you for a little while after you swallow, keeping the sweetness...” Read full tasting note
    75
    jason 112 tasting notes

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This cousin of the Chinese variation produces a smoky flavor with a lingering sweetness.

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3 Tasting Notes

79
11 tasting notes

This tea was fantastically fragrant. Reminded me of teas that I’ve had when I traveled to Taiwan and Hong Kong. Light, but powerful taste. Would definitely recommend this!

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86
181 tasting notes

Great with lunch, a solid restaurant-style oolong (even though they have higher-grade varieties on the menu). Came with a shrimp and avocado over rice lunch box.

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75
112 tasting notes

Sweet smoky flavor with a little maltyness. Stands up to the heaviness of the food (served as a lunch tea). The flavors stay with you for a little while after you swallow, keeping the sweetness on your palate.

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