20 Years Aged Roasted Oolong

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Grain, Pastries, Roasted
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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec 7 g 19 oz / 548 ml

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Our 20 Years Roasted Aged Oolong шs extremely smooth, mellow and produces bright brow liquor and nice aroma of chestnuts. Because it has been aged and roasted once a year for 20 years. Its flavor is even richer than the non-aged Oolong.

This aging process is done with extreme care. Every year the tea was re-roasted. This process enhances the flavor of the tea and makes the taste smoother every time.

20 Years Aged Oolong can be infused up to 15 times.

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8155 tasting notes

…again, lost track of my thoughts on this one this afternoon BUT it was an enjoyable oolong. Rather than hoard the rest of this, i’m going to send the last little bit of this off to terri to try because i think she might have fun with this one. Thank you for sending this my way teafairy I’m sorry for not doing it justice in my tasting notes. Blame work. 14 hour days suck…especially when you worked from home to drink tea and pay attention to said tea!

Terri HarpLady

I’ll look forward to it!


Please Sil, don’t mention it, happy you got a taste of it, that’s what matters! And yes, I think you will like this one Terri, glad I get to share it with you through Sil :-)


yup! terri’s getting to sample most of what you shared with me haha

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1355 tasting notes

This morning has been lazy but I needed it after my few pints of Guinness last night (I can’t drink like I used to, I’m too old for it now). I hoovered my carb (husband is very messy) and now I’m watching Jurassic World. My treat for doing anything so far is a large pot of tea and I chose this one.

Steeping Western style with roughly 10g combined with 800ml boiling water. Something I intend to keep re steeping throughout the day.

Colour is dark brown.
Scent is toasted hay with flowers and tree bark.

Taste wise it’s rather chocolate like with elements of toasted nuts and a sweet yet light and milky floral aftertaste. Much nicer than I expected and the chocolate similarity is very pleasant. It’s not too strong or sour either considering it’s age.

10 g 27 OZ / 800 ML

i like how the British say “hoovered” in Canada we say vacuumed you say piddling and we say raining :D


For the record, we say raining. Or change the d’s in piddling to s’ and swear. And we say hoovered because of the brand Hoover, which mine is. Otherwise the correct term will be to vacuum.


awesome! thanks for clarifying things :D

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340 tasting notes

My first roasted oolong! This is so cool. So it has a roasty flavour in the bag, and the leaves are all compressed into these deceptively small little nuggets (honestly, one of my favourite things about oolongs is watching the leaves expaaaand). :) As it’s steeping, the roasty scent gets much stronger, but there’s also something sweet there. Like some sort of pastry with toasted coconut on it? The liquor is gorgeous and dark, reddish I think (it’s not a white mug, so, colours are deceptive). The flavour is complex but mellow, slightly sweet and very toasty. I like this.

Edited to add: I think I resteeped this about 5 times? Impressive.

Flavors: Grain, Pastries, Roasted

195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 0 sec 3 g 10 OZ / 295 ML

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3254 tasting notes

Another sipdown from Sil & TeaFairy.
This tea made my day. Thank you! A lovely roasty oolong…sigh…thank you.
The truth is, I mostly don’t care much for most flavored teas, but I do appreciate a cup of real tea.
Thank You!
BTW, I had hoped to get down to 250 teas by the end of the month. I may continue my sipdowns tomorrow, & try to get to 260, but then again, maybe I’ll just let it go.
I’d really like to just spend tomorrow drinking black teas that I love!


Yay! Love this one too.

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998 tasting notes

I’ve recently discovered that not only do I like dark oolongs, but I really like AGED dark oolongs. This one is fantastic. LOVE IT!!!
It’s everything that I love about dark oolong, roasty and nutty, but then it’s just so much more. It’s like dark oolong on steroids, but it’s not offensive, it’s not too much, it’s not really that smokey. Awesome is all I have to say.


So I too love dark oolongs, what makes the aged variety stand out?


I’m not good at explaining tastes and nuances – I think it’s sort of like aged whiskey. The flavors are just deeper, more developed, smoother – it’s like the rough edges have been rubbed off and that allows all the “good bits” to stand out more. (? does that make any sense?)


I so love roasted oolong…Your explanation and comparison to an aged whisky is pretty darn good for someone who’s not “supposed” to be good with tastes and nuances ;-)
I would love to see how they roast those aged oolongs once a year…

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