Ti Kuan Yin

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Oolong Tea
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185 °F / 85 °C

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  • “This tea was quite a good grocery store bargain with a sweet spicy taste lasting through at least 5 infusions. -Mid roast leaves green and greyish brown. -Smells like a like a mixture of...” Read full tasting note
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As a faint-scented tea, it is bloom sand green in color, tight and heavy in appearance. With clear and lasting fragrance, its sweet aftertaste lingers long after drinking. It has the special “IN” flavor of Ti Kuan Yin teas and help to moisten throat and enrich saliva. With serene and elegant fragrance and rich, mellow savor, it enjoys great fondness among consumers as a healthy drink. This tea enjoys great fame both at home and abroad.

mildly roasted 2 × 50g

Xiamen Tea Import and Export Co. Ltd.

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This tea was quite a good grocery store bargain with a sweet spicy taste lasting through at least 5 infusions.

-Mid roast leaves green and greyish brown.
-Smells like a like a mixture of sweet floral and grape like the purple heritage iris’s of my grandmothers garden.

1st steep 30s colour pale gold. creamy spicy sweet brew, smell reminds me of brown sugar and oatmeal and apricots, tastes of warm heated peaches and banana, mixed with ginger chai without the heat. slightly buttery.
2nd steep 35 not as creamy,spice, stone, similar notes to first steep moving into more floral notes,freshning sensation at back and top of mouth.
3rd 40s smell more spicy fruit, spicy sensation on tongue, more floral
flavour. Taste reminds me of spicy carnation smell over hint of peaches and cream.
4th 45 still tastes slightly creamy with peaches and cream when hot with a little bit of spice, smells of cream and spice, almost nutmeg. slight bitterness from a floral/vegetal base note.
5th steep 55 scent and flavour peach and asparagus, weaker spice, weakening.
6th steep 120 thin broth, weak but pleasant flavour.

-spent leaves olive green edged in rust, with occassional holes and some evidence of being stressed by insects during growth.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C

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