Buddha's Hand

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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These large curled blackish-green leaves produce a yellow liquor with a light citric astringency and an aftertaste with hints of flowers and honey. A classic Chinese oolong with a perfect balance of flavour, colour and aroma.

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Quite possibly didn’t use enough of this tea. Instructions said to use 1-2 tsp per tea pot (I used 1 as I know these leaves swell up considerably in water and I was being conservative). Large green leaves after steeping, fairly bright yellowish hue of the tea). I was surprised it lacked the complexity of the other oolongs I’ve tried. Maybe my mistake for not using enough, or maybe a characteristic of this tea. Think I prefer Iron Goddess of Mercy. The scent of the dry leaves reminds me of some kind of putty/paint, a bit of a chemical smell. I love love love most oolongs but this one’s a bit different to what I usually like. I will give it a try with double the amount of leaves next time and see if there’s anything different.

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A very laid back oolong, I didn’t find this one too offensive. Was comparable to Iron Goddess of Mercy.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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