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Eight Immortals 2011: Baxian Dancong

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “Fresh, sweet wood aroma with a steady honey undertone. Distinct accents of high mountain moss and the clear, open sensation of the forest after a heavy rain. Bright, lively yet elegantly round...” Read full tasting note
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Besides the fruitier classic and the more floral bouquet style, there is also a mild style in Phoenix oolongs. Such as Eight Immortals. Better sensitivity is required of the drinker to appreciate its more subtle yet more complex and deeper character. Our tea producer for this selection, Master Wei, rarely drinks and never smokes in order to keep his sensory faculty at its peak. Maybe that’s why he has won so many times the gold award with the tea in local competitions.

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45 tasting notes

Fresh, sweet wood aroma with a steady honey undertone. Distinct accents of high mountain moss and the clear, open sensation of the forest after a heavy rain. Bright, lively yet elegantly round infusion that continues with the aroma. Light tangerine bites and the same consistent honey undertone. Refreshing, tasteful and lingering sweet aftertaste and after aroma.

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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