Shanlinxi Yang Zi Wan Oolong

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Our Shanlinxi Yang Zi Wan Oolong tea is handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Qingxin Oolong varietal grown in the mountain areas of Yang Zi Wan district in Shanlinxi area, frequently covered with fog or clouds. The ideal tea growing environment of the high mountain plantations makes the tea high quality. The brewed Shanlinxi Yang Zi Wan Oolong has a strong floral and sweet aroma and taste, a long-lasting flavor and a pleasant sweet aftertaste. It is very smooth and delectable.

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Aroma is floral, honeysuckle, and something near caramel.

Flavor is Honeysuckle at first and then BAM!!!! Change up to something like pixie-sticks type sugary-POW that pops in and out and then changes to a plum, peach, powdered-sugar taste that completely surprised me!

I can’t help but love this one! WOWZA! I’m going to share this one with my girl, DaisyChubb!

DaisyChubb

Ah you are too kind! Bam!

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This is a remarkable Oolong – quite floral but with a nice fruit tone in the background as well. The taste is like a combination of honeysuckle, orchid, apple, plum and peach. So sweet! The aftertaste lingers a long time after the sip, this is one of the longest lasting aftertastes I’ve yet to experience. A brothy kind of texture – thick and almost creamy … but not quite.

A really delightful Oolong.

Kashyap

sounds great

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This is easily one of my finest Oolongs I have ever tasted!
I love the unique notes it brings to the table – I’ve been enjoying it with my gaiwan, combining two steeps at the time.

It started out super creamy with amazing NUTMEG notes! Transforming into a chewy ginger cookie!!! I couldn’t have picked a better oolong for this transition into fall.

Thank you SO MUCH TeaEqualsBliss for sharing this with me! It is SO good!

(It’s even better paired with maple cookies!)

Meg

Ohhh that sounds incredible! I am always so sad to see summer go…but I loveeee fall teas!

Yogini Undefined

Mmmmm that sounds fab!

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