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Oolong Tea
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  • “Even though it was a green tea tasting, after exclaiming over the Ola'a tea, also from Hawaii, the wonderful Stefanie prepared this oolong for us, as it is also of Hawaiian origin. This is a tea...” Read full tasting note
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100% Hawaiian grown single estate whole leaf organic tea. This a tea that is artfully consistent and vibrantly colored with slightly oxidized edges. This tea steeps into a sophisticated, delicate, pale yellow infusion. The flavor is elusive and complex. It is flinty, crisp, smooth and cooling, with mild tropical notes of green papaya and honey that add to the complexity of this enticing tea.

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Even though it was a green tea tasting, after exclaiming over the Ola’a tea, also from Hawaii, the wonderful Stefanie prepared this oolong for us, as it is also of Hawaiian origin. This is a tea that was meant to be prepared gong fu style: slowly, with great respect, and with as many resteeps as possible.

It starts as a dark vegetal flavour, mellowing into a sweet note that’s between floral and fruity. Tina described it as being like jasmine without the actual jasmine. There’s also a spicy note on top of the sweet, of nutmeg or cardamom. This is a tea that can be sipped a hundred tips and taste of a hundred different things. We lingered over our cups and it was like watching clouds, calling out everything you saw – this one looks like a bunny, that one tastes like a chai.

Again, I was very lucky to be able to try this special offering. Drink Hawaiian tea!

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140 °F / 60 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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