Soothing Strawberry Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “This is tea #2 from the selection of four I first talked about in this post: http://steepster.com/clareborn/posts/184829 The scent is fairly subtle, half grassy and half freeze-dried strawberry....” Read full tasting note
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  • “I've had this tea in the cupboard for awhile only because I've gotten so many new teas that this was sort of pushed to the back.I enjoy this tea but as other say it's not particularly memorable. I...” Read full tasting note
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  • “~From the queue, written March 29th 2014~ This is the sort of simple thing that appeals to me. One simple flavour and that's it. No frills, no fuss. *Anna* shared this one with me. Unfortunately,...” Read full tasting note
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This is tea #2 from the selection of four I first talked about in this post: http://steepster.com/clareborn/posts/184829

The scent is fairly subtle, half grassy and half freeze-dried strawberry. The tea itself is rolled oolong; I tend to find the leafy kind more soothing – all that rolling-out action reminds me of Alien, but I digress.

The tea tastes of… tea. Not displeasing, but completely anonymous. It leaves me with no lasting impression at all and no distinct notes to pick out.

[Purchased/gifted at Teavana in Honolulu, January 2013.]

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I’ve had this tea in the cupboard for awhile only because I’ve gotten so many new teas that this was sort of pushed to the back.I enjoy this tea but as other say it’s not particularly memorable. I will drink what I have of it but won’t miss it when it’s gone because there are lots of similar teas out there. This is a good cuppa but I can see why it got pushed to the back of the cupboard. Nothing new or special.

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From the queue, written March 29th 2014

This is the sort of simple thing that appeals to me. One simple flavour and that’s it. No frills, no fuss. Anna shared this one with me.

Unfortunately, I’m not actually getting much in the way of strawberry flavour from it. It’s definitely flavoured with something, but I’m not sure I think it’s strawberry as such.

It’s pleasant, though. I like that it’s on a green type oolong. I think it works better than if it had been a darker one, in spite of the fact that I generally prefer the darker ones.

However, it’s not really a tea that shines. It’s good but also quite forgettable.

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