Jade Oolong

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From The Tao of Tea

Lower oxidized oolong with cool, menthol aroma. A hybrid oolong from Central Taiwan.

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40 tasting notes

With all the lilacs blooming in my neighbourhood its hard to smell this tea properly. The flowery smell is not overpowering like some Tie Guan Yins Ive had. It is more on the grassy side than flowery. Very nice still.


This is one that I will have to look for the next time I’m in my local Whole Foods. My favorite of Tao of Tea (so far!) has been the Nepal Oolong – which was absolutely exquisite.

CMT 雲 山 茶

Hmmm, didnt know Nepal produced any Oolong.

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Another buy from Amazon. I fell in love with green oolongs this past summer after trying some great Oolongs from a fantastic teashop in a small town in British Columbia, Canada- owned by a Taiwanese guy. I’ve been desperately trying to find the same quality of an oolong I got there named “Gao-Shan”. It was $13.50CAD for 100grams, very cheap considering the amazing quality. I tried this Jade Oolong, at about $8.50 for 105grams from Amazon. It was good. I enjoyed it, just not the same amount of deep, floral flavors and soul as the Gao-Shan. I would buy this again, it comes at a very decent price. Still better than the more expensive oolongs I got from Adagio Tea.

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31 tasting notes

Grrrrr – the hot water dispenser at work makes water at 180F. The Tao of Tea recommends 190F for full flavor for this tea… I’m getting a good cup at 180F for 3mins, but I need to try it at 190F.

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240 tasting notes

Still a solid, super-floral, lilac-heavy delight.

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