WI11 Lishan Hong Xiang Milk Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Description
Season: 2011 Winter (harvested in 2011 December)
Altitude: 1600 meter above sea level
Varietal: Jinxuan (Milk Oolong)
Origin: Hong Xiang district, Heping Township, Taichung County (Li mountain area), Taiwan
Semioxidized
Unroasted
Packing Method: Vacuum packaging
Note: actual packaging may be different from the photos
Note: tea canister not available for size 75 g / 2.63 oz and samples
Milk Oolong is also known as Jinxuan Oolong and Jian Xuan Oolong.
The picture of the brewed tea below is for reference only, NOT actual photo. The real brewed tea has a similar color depending on steeping time.

Our Lishan Hong Xiang milk oolong tea is handpicked and handcrafted. The tea is produced from Jinxuan varietal grown in the mountain areas of Li Mountain, frequently covered with fog or clouds. The brewed Lishan Hong Xiang milk oolong tea has a very strong floral and sweet aroma and taste with a unique delightful and pleasant creamy fragrance and refreshing milky taste. It is very smooth and delectable with almost no bitterness and astringency.

Lishan Hong Xiang Milk Oolong, also known as Pear Mountain Oolong, is one of Taiwan’s highest mountain oolong teas. Li Shan Mountain is located in Taichung County of central Taiwan, and it is renowned for producing the highest quality high mountain oolongs. The tea plantations of Li Shan range in altitude from approximately 1600 meters. The loose tea leaves are thick and juicy with a rich fragrance.

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Post infusion the color of the leaves are that of a steamed Broccoli! Vibrant and Fresh GREEN!

It’s not as creamy as some of the Milk Oolongs I have tried but the flavor is unique and springy-green! There is a sweet-sour flip-flop going on and I like that! It also has a smooth end sip and as it cools a bit I can pick up the milky notes more!

This is a great Oolong! I appreciate this very much!

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Thanks to LiberTEAS, this is my first milk oolong. I am such a huge fan – it is sweet, and I am glad that it isn’t flavored at all so I can get a real idea about how a milik oolong should be. It is sweet and floral and creamy. I know, probably super generic sounding, but I am not the best at describing notes. I have been lusting after teas like this for such a long time, and I am so glad to have tried this one.

Preparation
180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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An excellent Milk Oolong. Sweet, creamy, and delectable – just like you expect from a Milk Oolong. One of the better Milk Oolong teas that I’ve tasted.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2014/02/23/lishan-hong-xiang-milk-oolong-tea-t-oolong-tea/

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