"Pouchong Tea"

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Oolong Tea
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  • “Third tea of the night. Less than enjoyable. Honestly, the first brew tasted faintly like gasoline. I brewed this twice, and poured out more than half of each infusion. I...really can't say much...” Read full tasting note
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Pouchong Tea, also known as Chinese green tea, is processed with little fermentation. When brewed, it produced a pale yellow color, mild aromoa and delicate taste. Pouchong tea is popular in central China.

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Third tea of the night.

Less than enjoyable. Honestly, the first brew tasted faintly like gasoline. I brewed this twice, and poured out more than half of each infusion. I…really can’t say much more. I can see why people generally use this as a base tea for scenting and flavoring, rather than a tea on its own merit.
Granted, I know there have to be some great Pouchongs out there, somewhere, and I’m still open to trying them. As for this tea… anyone want it? Take it. Really.
The only upside to this tea is that I got it for free, from a small shop that was closing.

Second thing to research tonight – information on Pouchongs.

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