Beipu Oriental Beauty Oolong

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Harvest Number: 349OB11SA
Season: 2011 Summer (Plucked during 2011 July)
Handplucked
Altitude: 500 meter above sea level
Oolong Varietals: Qingxin Oolong (Green Heart)
Origin: Bei Pu Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan
Semioxidized

Product Description
Oriental Beauty Oolong is also known as Bai Hao Oolong, Dong Fang Mei Ren and Champagne Oolong.

Our Beipu Oriental Beauty Oolong tea is all natural, handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Qingxin Oolong varietals grown in Beipu tea region. Loose dried tea leaves of the tea appear colorful, usually in colors of white, green, yellow and dark red. The steeped Beipu Oriental Beauty Oolong tea comes with natural fruit and honey flavors and tastes rich, smooth, pleasant and unique.

Oriental Beauty Oolong tea is the most legendary of formosa teas. The name was given by a queen of England who loved it very much. The Chines name of the tea is Baihao Oolong. Baihao itself means white fur in Chinese. The origin comes from the fact that baihao oolong loose tea has white buds on it, and the more white buds on the loose tea, the higher grade of tea it is.

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The leaves are small and fuzzy. They range in color from black to brown to red. There are some whites where the fur is especially dense. Clearly, these are young leaves. From the smell of the dry leaves, you can already tell that this is a more oxidized oolong. The scent reminded me of Hong Kong style milk tea. There is a smooth creamy character.

Flash rinse, then steep for 30 seconds. The tea is a light yellowish brown. It is milky and toasty. There is a hint of apricot and earthiness. It’s very sweet.

Very tasty. It’s definitely more like black tea than oolong, but it is very enjoyable.

Another win for this tea company! More info on the other steeps forthcoming. :)

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Mercuryhime – thank you!!!

Ahhhh! This is like a cross between a mellow darjeeling (black) and a Formosa Oolong and is really quite nice! It’s a bit toasted and a little like dried apricots as well…it’s even a bit chewy…which is nice and unexpected for an oolong!

The more I sip this one the more I am liking it. Very nice, indeed!

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