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From Yunnan Wang Nian Qing Tea Company

Cuiyu is Taiwan tea made with tea varietal called Taiwan Tea No. 13. It was first developed in early 1980’s. Cuiyu, literally Green Jade, is lightly oxidized and roasted. It gives off special floral aroma which is often described as osmanthus or orchid aroma. The mild soup together with the refreshing scent makes it a nice choice for light Wulong lovers and daily drink.

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It’s a little flat but relaxing enough. It’s smooth – thirst-quenching – and sweet with hints of charcoal tastes underneath in the front of the sip.

It’s alright but not my fave.

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I love it when an Oolong surprises me. This one did.

The texture is so light with this Oolong, and it doesn’t linger the way some Oolongs do. Not that the heavier, lingering mouthfeel is bad – I enjoy it. But, I also like it when I come across an Oolong that is different. I get to a point where I think I’ve figured Oolong teas out, and then one comes along that throws me for a loop. A very nice surprise.

The flavor is floral and crisp. There is a light toasty note in the background that compliments the sweet notes. A sublime Oolong experience!

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