Iron Butterfly

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  • “Oh! I like this subtle scent prior to infusing! It's mostly a woodsy-type oolong aroma but underneath you can smell a small hint of what smells like grape and blossoms. After infusing it smells...” Read full tasting note
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  • “First tea of the day. I really enjoy the hint of smoke in this one. It is just barely there, but no mistaking it. The color is vibrant green and gold. The flavor has a depth to it. Levels...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This tea makes for a lovely after-dinner tea. The smooth richness is so soothing. The aroma of the liquor is smoky, but the flavor I would describe more as roasted rather than smoky, although...” Read full tasting note
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From White August

Tie Guan Yin is one of the most enjoyed China Oolongs. The spring leaves and buds are toasted in large woks which enhances the tea fragrance. Mild and smooth this teas easy to pair with any meal.

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4 Tasting Notes

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6770 tasting notes

Oh! I like this subtle scent prior to infusing! It’s mostly a woodsy-type oolong aroma but underneath you can smell a small hint of what smells like grape and blossoms. After infusing it smells more like a woodsy oolong – gently toasted or roasted. The taste is woodsy and floral but smooth. It almost wants to turn sweeter just before the end of the sip!

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Spot52

Is this what Ron Bushy drank to be able to perform the solo for In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida? I would drink it just because of the name! I may have to try this one.

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First tea of the day. I really enjoy the hint of smoke in this one. It is just barely there, but no mistaking it. The color is vibrant green and gold. The flavor has a depth to it. Levels perhaps. At the beginning of the sip there is a silky richness of tea flavor, green and vegetal yet oxidized. Middle sip, this one really fits the Oolong description of lightly fermented, between a green and black. Some Oolongs are something else on their own, but this one seems to be right there in between with notes of both. The end of the sip gives up that hint of smokiness that I love. However, it is a small trace, so if you are not a Lapsang lover, give this one a chance. I purchased this with some other teas from White August during their Spring 25% off and free shipping sale for Steepsterites. I am SO GLAD I did. All their teas have been to my liking and when they have a sale, they really have a good one.

KeenTeaThyme

ooh, I may have to try this…based on your description and the name alone! :)

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This tea makes for a lovely after-dinner tea. The smooth richness is so soothing.

The aroma of the liquor is smoky, but the flavor I would describe more as roasted rather than smoky, although there is an element of smoke to the flavor as well. It has a deep woodsy tone and hints of peach-y flavor in the background.

A really lovely Tie Guan Yin.

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