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Formosa Osmanthus Guihua Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Dinosara
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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “Very nice light oolong with a great Osmanthus aroma and flavor. Not bitter at all and very forgiving for over steeping. It has a light to golden color depending on how long you steep. There are...” Read full tasting note
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From thepuriTea

This tea uses the best golden osmanthus to blend with top grade oolong. This oolong tea has absorbed all the fragrances from the osmanthus flower, which produces a superb floral fragrance and smooth taste. The osmanthus used are grown between high cliffs and has a rich and long lasting fragrance. These osmanthus flowers are from evergreen trees in Guilin.

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Our mission is simple: to provide gourmet teas and practical teaware. We source all of our teas and teaware directly from China, Taiwan and India to ensure the maximum quality, value and freshness for our customers. By cutting out the middleman in our selection process, we can pass on savings to our customers and guarantee the quality of each and every one of our products.

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21 tasting notes

Very nice light oolong with a great Osmanthus aroma and flavor. Not bitter at all and very forgiving for over steeping. It has a light to golden color depending on how long you steep. There are whole flowers mixed in with the oolong tea to give a nice color contrast in the leaves. First you get a light fruty/ vegetal followed by the Osmanthus. Very clean on the palette and does not linger too long. After the flowers there is a slight hint of nuts and then everything fades nicely. Tis would be a great tea to drink as a palette cleanser in between courses or after a meal. I do not see this on their site any longer but if you can come across it it is a keeper.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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