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Oolong Tea
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Creamy, Nutty, Roasted, Sweet
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 9 g

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  • “Delightful – as always from Stone Leaf Teahouse! Full review on http://sororiteasisters.com/ on the 30th but here are the snippits: Gui Fei Cha from Stone Leaf Teahouse is a more earthy tea...” Read full tasting note
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  • “The SO wanted oolong this morning, so we decided to try out two gui fei oolong. This was one of them. This oolong is on the greener side with just a light roast, which is how I tend to prefer them....” Read full tasting note
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From Stone Leaf Teahouse

Taiwan, Summer 2012
Medium Roast
贵妃茶 
A medium bodied, roasted oolong from the famous mountains of San Lin Ci, near the traditional tea producing region of Lugu. This is a unique and hard to find variety of rolled Dong Feng Mei Ren, or Eastern Beauty. Yields a slightly earthy, sweet, and savory rose aroma with a smooth woody-bamboo body and a delightful lingering honey aftertaste. Energizing and strong with a bit of a bite. 


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Delightful – as always from Stone Leaf Teahouse!
Full review on http://sororiteasisters.com/ on the 30th but here are the snippits:

Gui Fei Cha from Stone Leaf Teahouse is a more earthy tea but the honey note is one of the first things I tasted and the note that tends to linger along with the rose.

Gui Fei Cha has a wonderful note of bamboo, tropical rain soaked trees and plants, notes of honey and a slight spice note. And as for that bite as mentioned in the description, think of it like an astringency type of bite. Not bitter, but just this kick at the end of the sip.

With each sip I feel a little smile creeping over my face and by the time I am tasting the lingering notes that are left behind the sip, I am beaming.

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The SO wanted oolong this morning, so we decided to try out two gui fei oolong. This was one of them. This oolong is on the greener side with just a light roast, which is how I tend to prefer them. Nice fragrance comes off the leaves as soon as the water hits them, and they begin to unfurl rather quickly after a very brief wash.

The liquor steeps out a very light, transparent gold that has a nice, sweet, lightly roasted smell. First sip tastes like roasted sesame oil! The texture is super smooth, and more and more sweetness and creaminess emerges over subsequent steeps.

Definitely like this one!

Flavors: Creamy, Nutty, Roasted, Sweet

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 9 g

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