Rose Oolong

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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Oolong, lemongrass, ginger, rose petals and rose buds.

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2090 tasting notes

Rosey tea number two, and this one is a sipdown. I’ve had this sample for a while and this is the last of it, though I think it may have to be a reorder. A lot of flavored oolongs are made on a formosa base, which isn’t one I care for a lot on it’s own, so I love that this one is a nice green one. Don’t know what type, but it is pretty tasty. I also love the combo of rose, lemongrass and ginger. It’s not really a combo I would have thought up, but it is fantastic. Not to mention great for the stomach after a lunch of greasy pizza.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

sounds good to me :)


I love pu-erhs for post pizza cleansers


Post- pizza with crust dipped in garlic butter was my introduction to the power of puerh to overcome my mealtime indiscretions! And it really helped.


I’ve heard that puerhs are great after greasy meals, but a nice light lemony gingery oolong was great as well.


Ginger is supposedly great for the tummy, so I bet it is! I don’t have any ginger teas! I have grated ginger into my tea though. It was yummy! And rose is soothing to the soul, so that wold help as well.

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I received this as a sample today and it is so pretty that I couldn’t wait to try it out. Tiny rosebuds are scattered throughout deep emerald oolong balls, which are punctuated by woody lemongrass. It’s truly a beautiful tea.

195/2 min. I smell lemon and I taste lemon. Unfortunately, that’s all I can taste right now. I believe there’s too much lemongrass in here and it has overtaken the flavor completely. I cannot taste rose at all, even though I was able to smell a hint of it when it was dry. Where is the oolong?

Second steep: 3 min. Okay, less lemon. That’s good. I’m also able to pick up on more of the ginger flavor. Oh, and oolong, too. It’s finally making an appearance.

Third steep: 4 min. Much better. The lemon has been toned way, way down and the oolong is coming forth in a trusty oolong manner. No rose or ginger flavor to speak of, though. It’s very pleasing and by far my favorite of the three cups. I won’t try a fourth steep as I don’t believe it would hold out that long. The leaves barely contain any scent now.

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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10 tasting notes

VERY aromatic! The tea that keeps on going and going and going! I get about three to four steepings on average from this otherworldly ambrosia of rose and lemongrass without sacrificing flavor, each pot just as good as the last. The delicate oolong is just the icing on the cake. Highly recommended for oolong fans.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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