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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “This is a nice green oolong but I don't think it will become a staple of mine. I'm on my second steep of this already and the floral and crisp mineral notes are the most dominant, with some milky...” Read full tasting note
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    CrowKettle 486 tasting notes
  • “The site doesn't give a lot of information about the tea. Just that it comes from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province. The leaves look curled up, reminiscent of tiegaunyin teas I've seen and it...” Read full tasting note
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    harmony_bites 87 tasting notes

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Flavour profile: lightly roasted warm notes with a delicate, fresh, spring flavour.

Ingredients: Chinese semi-green oolong tea grown at 1200 feet in the Wuyi Mountains of Fujian Province.

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This is a nice green oolong but I don’t think it will become a staple of mine. I’m on my second steep of this already and the floral and crisp mineral notes are the most dominant, with some milky butter creeping in subtly. It reminds me a bit of a tieguanyin oolong, in regards to floral crisp flavours (don’t ask me what kind of flowers).

This would be a good casual evening oolong; it’s not fancy or expensive and that makes it strangely accessible, if not particularly exciting.

I had a tiny tin sample of this that I passed along to school friend today. She’s not a big tea drinker but she likes green oolong! She’s my green oolong buddy.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Fjellrev

Aww, green oolong buddy.

CHAroma

Don’t you love that? I have a friend at work who only likes the dark Taiwanese oolongs, while I only like the green unroasted variety. So, there’s always someone to pass along the dark oolongs to who will appreciate and enjoy them. :)

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The site doesn’t give a lot of information about the tea. Just that it comes from the Wuyi Mountains in Fujian Province. The leaves look curled up, reminiscent of tiegaunyin teas I’ve seen and it steeped up a dark yellow and tasted very much like Iron Goddess of Mercy. That’s an oolong I like, but not as much as Big Red Robe or Oriental Beauty especially given the mineral-y note to the tea.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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