no surprises with this one – just a nice, full bodied and full flavored oolong.
Cassia Bark oolong is one of five famous bushes of the Wuyi Mountains — a bastion of legendary tea mountains with immensely jagged cliffs and world renown oolong teas. “Rou Gui” refers to the cassia-bark tree, aka: Chinese cinnamon….
Its origin dates back to the early part of the Qing dynasty, becoming the most recent addition to the “famous tea bushes of the Wuyishan”. Following a traditional charcoal baking, this incredibly aromatic leaf has sweet hints of roasted maple. It withstands several steepings with ease, revealing sweet, earthy notes and a touch of spice…
Notes: maple, brown sugar, cinnamon
Infusion: 200ºF / 93ºC for 1-2 minutes
Origin: Wuyi, Northern Fujian Province, China
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