Unknown oolong

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190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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time to do a full review:

When i opened the packet, the smell of the teabag was smooth.

when i finished steeping the tea, it had a aroma similar to pu-ehr.

the taste was strong with a similar taste to pu-ehr with a hint of hay flavor. this tea is great and is worth buying :) my new rating is 100

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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Fourth and final tea of my night of ExpeEeEerimentAAAtiooon.

Got it for my birthday in November from my sister. The box is mostly in Chinese, so all I really know about this tea is that it’s an oolong. Also, that it’s from Taiwan. And, since my sister left the price marker on there, it’s $12 for 150g. Upon tasting, I think it’s a green oolong.

Mmm… it’s okay. Not the best tea I’ve had, but also not the worst. Though I wish I knew more about it, it’s not a terrible tea to keep around. Gentle flavor.

Third thing to research tonight – the intricacies of the differences between green and dark oolongs.
Fourth thing- a general consensus on the proper maintenance for Yixing pots.

That’s all for t’night, folks.

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