Meishan Jin Xuan High Mountain Oolong tea, Lot 209

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Oolong Tea
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Average preparation
2 min, 0 sec 3 g 6 oz / 177 ml

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  • “Initally, there is a subtle floral & sweet creaminess mingling with the taste of the roast, as well as a fruity tang. That creaminess diminishes in subsequent infusions, with the roast being more...” Read full tasting note
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Our Spring 2013 Jin Xuan crop from Meishan comes from a relatively new growing area which has great potential. Jin Xuan fares particularly well in these beautiful mid-range hills and this tea is a very good example of how this strand has contributed to the characteristic high mountain oolong taste. It has the typical green, crisp pastoral notes with hints of mountain flowers that charms the nose. The palate will immediately be pleased by the ample creamy texture and taste that evokes fresh buttered green beans with hints of sweetness. All in all, it is a very satisfying cup that bears the characteristic generous qualities of high mountain teas at a very affordable price. This tea is our best value high-mountain tea and is a must to try out!

Additional Information
Picking Date

April 2013
Oxydation level

Low
Roasting Level

None
Terroir

Meishan
Administrative Region

Chiayi County
Picking Style

Hand Picked
Varietal(s) Used

Jin Xuan, TRES No. 12
Garden Elevation

1200 m

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1 Tasting Note

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74 tasting notes

Initally, there is a subtle floral & sweet creaminess mingling with the taste of the roast, as well as a fruity tang. That creaminess diminishes in subsequent infusions, with the roast being more pronounced. The final infusion is succulently sweet.

First infusion – 3 g. per 6 oz water, 90 deg., 3:00 min.

Second infusion – 3 g. per 6 oz. water, 90 deg., 6:00 min.

Third infusion – 3 g. per 6 oz. water, 90 deg., 10:00+ min.

Preparation
2 min, 0 sec 3 g 6 OZ / 177 ML

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