China Oolong Tea by Twinnings

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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  • “A review of China Oolong Tea by Twinnings Company: Twinnings Tea Name: China Oolong Tea Type/Varietal: oolong Region: China Steeping Vessel/Amt Leaf: tea bag/ cup Liquor Color: light amber...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tastes very similar to the generic oolong I got from Capital Teas, which I found weak and flat in flavor. Which probably means Twining's has great quality tea for bagged tea, or Capital Teas...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I recieved a box of various bagged teas for afternoons at work, and this is the first I'm trying. I've always been a fan of Twinnings, but I've never had anything besides their black and green...” Read full tasting note
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From Twinings of London

R. Twinning and Company Limited
London, England
www.twinningsusa.com

For over 300 years Twinnings has been sourcing and blending the finest high quality teas from around the globe to ensure that your tea has the perfect balance of tea taste. Flavour and aroma Twinnings blends to perfection the finest teas from the world best tea growing regions to give you a line of distinctive teas with a fresh taste and invigorating aroma.

Twinnings London: In 1706 Thomas Twinning began selling fine tea from an English storefront in The Strand, London. Today, Twinnings still sells some of the world’s best teas from the original store and in more than 100 countries throughout the world.

China Oolong Tea
Fine oolong tea from China expertly blended to deliver a refreshing tea with a distinctive taste and aroma.

Oolong tea is sourced from China. It is said that oolong tea first began to be produced a the end of the Ming Dynasty about 400 years ago. Oolong teas are partially oxidized which occurs when the tea leaves are gently shaken. It is this process which gives Twinnings Oolong Tea its reddish appearance and distinctive taste.

Brewing suggestions:
Hot Tea: Pour freshly boiled water over tea bag and allow brewing for 2-4 minutes depending on desired strength. Enjoy sweetened or plain-the choice is yours.

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A review of China Oolong Tea by Twinnings

Company: Twinnings
Tea Name: China Oolong
Tea Type/Varietal: oolong
Region: China
Steeping Vessel/Amt Leaf: tea bag/ cup
Liquor Color: light amber red
Leaf Characteristic:

  1. Steeping:

1st Steeping:
Water Temp: 200
Time: 5 minutes

A cup of oolong tea is what I aiming for today. I take one tea bag and place this in my tea mug and pour in the already boiled water and let steep for a good five minutes. As the tea’s aroma reaches my nostrils I am reminded of its distinctive flavoring and aroma which is that of roasted and burnt toast like but not strong.

As I sip my tea, it is of the out doors that I am thinking of burnt wood and smoke not filling my eyes for watery eyes but that fleeting smell of something having been burnt.


Overall tasting notes: This is a fine oolong tea from China, expertly blended to deliver that refreshing cup of tea that I have enjoyed. It is refreshing with a delicious taste and aroma.

Classification: Year, and region of production; Product of China

Cup’s characteristic: oolong tea with a fresh roasted like aroma

Liquor color: reddish amber

Taste: is of roast or mildly burnt of burnt toast; taste is distinctive.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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This tastes very similar to the generic oolong I got from Capital Teas, which I found weak and flat in flavor. Which probably means Twining’s has great quality tea for bagged tea, or Capital Teas sourced poorly for that oolong. I love oolong, but don’t love this tea. It’s weak tasting, and does not have any subtly to the flavor at all. It’s pretty decent for a bagged oolong, I guess, and it’s definitely better than other bagged oolongs I’ve tried. But with oolong, it’s loose for me all the way.

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I recieved a box of various bagged teas for afternoons at work, and this is the first I’m trying. I’ve always been a fan of Twinnings, but I’ve never had anything besides their black and green bagged teas.

The smell reminds me of my favorite nutty oolong, and the color is a nice light brown after steeping. It’s a lot more bitter than I expected, and it’s really not comparable to how loose oolong tastes. Without the weird aftertaste I think it’s a pretty enjoyable tea, though I don’t know if I would go out of my way for it.

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