Shan Lin Xi Gao Shan Cha

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Butter, Flowers, Gardenias, Fruit Tree Flowers
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Average preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 30 sec 7 g 7 oz / 205 ml

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  • “Upped the gram used this time around getting to the bottom of my bag at this point in an effort to use up all my green(oolong) tea before this year harvest. Using about 7g in my 100 mL gaiwan and...” Read full tasting note
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This special batch is more fermented than usual giving it an alluring mouth feel. Its flavor and aroma is clear and pure with accents of fresh evergreen and wild flowers. It can be brewed many times and has a long lasting flavor and aroma that lingers on the palate and lsts for many infusions.

Fill 25% of a porcelain guywan with tea. Use 190˚F water. Infuse the first infusion for 1 minute, 2nd infusion for 20 seconds, the 3rd infusion for 50 seconds and the 4th infusion for 2 minutes. / Ingredients: Oolong tea. / Origin: Nantou, Taiwan.

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Upped the gram used this time around getting to the bottom of my bag at this point in an effort to use up all my green(oolong) tea before this year harvest. Using about 7g in my 100 mL gaiwan and this time around it got even more intense. Before when I was following the steeping time rishi suggested it was always a bit light and vicious, now when I quit being so frugal I really got what this tea is all about. The body is heavy still on the lighter side but it was super watery before, also the subtle nuances before more pronounced. It is smooth like a jade and super floral but sweet floral instead of bitter floral like rose petals or jasmine can get.

I only got about two steepings in before I had to stop I am super tea drunk lol, calm and floating type feeling even though I woke up fairly stressed due to personal things. Who needs prozac when we have Gao Shan Cha, I can’t drink anymore at the moment especially since I have a busy day but it’s too good to toss….. Maybe cold brew the rest? lets see what happens.

Flavors: Fruit Tree Flowers, Gardenias

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML
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Gao Shan……..good stuff!

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