Milk Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Logging yet another lovely milk oolong on my quest to try them all. :) Thank you, Indigobloom, for this delicious swap! Dry, the tea smells slightly milky. It reminds me of the caramel with the...” Read full tasting note
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    QuiltGuppy 247 tasting notes
  • “Dry leaves smell more like milk candy than straight cream (compared to Tea Emporiums milk oolong I tried). When leaves are steeped I find the milky smell gets lost, it smells more like straight...” Read full tasting note
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From Tea Dynasty

This limited-edition oolong from China is velvety smooth and lightly milky/creamy, with a subtle hint of orchid. It’s said that it came about when the moon fell in love with a comet. The comet passed her by, as comets will do. The moon cried milky tears, which chilled the tea fields, withering the leaves and giving them a delicate creaminess. It’s been a rare luxury ever since. Our Milk Oolong Tea is naturally processed and not scented.

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Logging yet another lovely milk oolong on my quest to try them all. :) Thank you, Indigobloom, for this delicious swap!

Dry, the tea smells slightly milky. It reminds me of the caramel with the cream center. It’s a pleasant aroma. 195F(90C)/4 min. Mmmm… now the aroma is a bit more pronounced. When I smell it, my mind clicks on that this is a milk oolong. The taste is really pleasant. It’s interesting the variety of milk oolongs that are out there. Some are fruity, some are floral, some are nutty, and some are a combination of multiple flavors. This milk oolong is a nutty one. The oolong is very pronounced, which is nice as it’s my favorite type of tea. It’s very slightly bitter due to my unintended oversteep. It’s smooth and definitely creamy. Definitely an enjoyable stop on my milk oolong tasting tour.

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

this is my second fave MO, next to the ATR version… unless you count the osmanthus, then I think it’s tied!!

QuiltGuppy

Another outstanding one was thepuritea’s milk oolong, but sadly, they’re sold out. This was really good!

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Dry leaves smell more like milk candy than straight cream (compared to Tea Emporiums milk oolong I tried).

When leaves are steeped I find the milky smell gets lost, it smells more like straight oolong, the liquor still keeps the creamy smell.

Taste is rich, very creamy and bold with definitive oolong profile. It even has plenty of bitterness you’d get from high mountain oolong or tie guan yin steeped for longer time. In fact the tea tastes much like high mountain oolong. Interesting thing I find about this tea is the fact that it literally has milk aftertaste, sort of lactose feeling even.

Manager of Tea Dynasty assured me that it’s not flavor infused. I am no expert by any means but it seems true, since even in comparison with Tea Emporium tea tastes creamy, not so much milky and it has a strong oolong flavor. Also the milky notes are closer to green tea nuttiness than milk in flavor. Sort of milder version of dragon well nuttiness, that isn’t as nutty therefore comes off as creaminess instead.

I am much happier with this tea in comparison to Tea Emporium as I was lacking flavor in the latter a whole lot, it was too mild. This tea is creamy yet still bold.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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