Fo Shou (Buddha's Palm)

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Oolong Tea
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  • “ah yes, the second sample I tried. Really good!! Buttery and vegetal, it really stood apart from the first tea. Oh and not too heavy either, yet still lighter than the Ben Shan. I can't recall much...” Read full tasting note
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    indigobloom 1311 tasting notes
  • “A very light and floral oolong which had a subtle aroma to it. A little too light for my tastes but still a nice cup of tea. I was brewing it in a gaiwan using short infusions. I think more leaves...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This Fo Shou is a mild oolong that sits lightly on the palatte with a nice citric finish. Being a white tea fan I enjoyed its softness and it became richer with multiple infusions. Next time I...” Read full tasting note
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    LadyWhitePeony 1 tasting notes

From Tea Dynasty

“Buddha’s Palm is a lightly oxidized Oolong tea. The brewed liquor is in greenish yellow color with a smooth taste and light citric and floral aroma. The leaves of Buddha’s Palm Oolong tea are large, curled and blackish green on color. The tea plant of Buddha’s Palm is probably the oldest variety in all Oolong teas.”

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ah yes, the second sample I tried. Really good!! Buttery and vegetal, it really stood apart from the first tea. Oh and not too heavy either, yet still lighter than the Ben Shan. I can’t recall much more than that though. If only I’d remembered to write it down! does the leave it to beaver fist swing

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A very light and floral oolong which had a subtle aroma to it. A little too light for my tastes but still a nice cup of tea. I was brewing it in a gaiwan using short infusions. I think more leaves may have been required to get the most out of this particular tea, that or a smaller vessel.

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This Fo Shou is a mild oolong that sits lightly on the palatte with a nice citric finish. Being a white tea fan I enjoyed its softness and it became richer with multiple infusions. Next time I will use more tea leaves, however, to bring out the flavour.

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