Tried more tea than usual. Improved the flavor. Delicious when cooled, but still warmer than room temperature.
“Tried more tea than usual. Improved the flavor. Delicious when cooled, but still warmer than room temperature.” Read full tasting note
“I’m not much for floral tastes & aromas, but I found this tea very refreshing with it’s subtle honeysuckle flavor. 2nd and 3rd steeps were the best.” Read full tasting note
“Definitely has a strong flower aroma and taste, but as stated, not overpowering. Light in color, and the taste of the tea does seem to linger after sipping, which is nice. A great tea to have...” Read full tasting note
This lightly oxidized Oolong comes from a farm in the Anxi Region from which we have purchased tea for a number of years. Rich green leaves have been rolled capturing a wonderful floral aroma. The leaves will slowly infuse and begin to release their essential flavors. With infusion, a golden liquor offers floral notes. This tea is rich, use sparingly, rinse the leaves then infuse in water of about 195–200 degrees and steep for 1 –1/2 minutes. It will provide multiple steeps.
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