Milk Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Continuing on my quest to find all the wonderful milk oolongs that are hiding out there... Today's Milk Oolong was from The NecessiTeas. It's scent isn't quite as strong as other milk oolongs,...” Read full tasting note
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From The NecessiTeas

This milk-infused oolong is light and buttery with caramel and vanilla notes. The milk infusion is added before the initial roast and allowed to soak into the leaves. Roasting caramelizes some of the residual milk sugars and gives the tea its rich buttery aroma.

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Continuing on my quest to find all the wonderful milk oolongs that are hiding out there…

Today’s Milk Oolong was from The NecessiTeas. It’s scent isn’t quite as strong as other milk oolongs, however, the characteristics are there. This is a milk-infused oolong, which I like because I’d be ever so happy to have a tea that can be reproduced instead of relying on serendipity to provide me with a brilliant milk oolong producing weather event somewhere in Asia. It smells buttery, nutty and somewhat like popcorn.

195/3.5 minutes – For a milk-infused oolong, this is pretty good! It’s not as intense as some of the others I’ve tried, but it’s still really nice. It’s a medium oolong, nutty, buttery, and fairly rich. I think a bit of additional time would make it much more solid. The second steep is pretty good, too. The milkiness hasn’t faded too much and the popcorn taste that I’ve come to love is also present. I did increase the time by 1.5 minutes over the first steep, though.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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