I love this tea that reminds me of a deep steamed sencha with an oolong tone. It is floral with grassy astringency and a sweet thickness reminding me of oolong. HuiGan / 回甘 is very quickly noticeable and lingers for a long time afterwards. I prefer to over-leaf, and use a lower temperature as if brewing green tea, in a gaiwan starting with very short infusions (unforgiving if over-brewed this method). Stretches out. This tea is a winner for me and worth experimenting with brewing methods. Read Less

8 g 5 OZ / 160 ML

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A tea lover for 12 years now, living in Scotland, spent a long time in Korea. Oolongs, black/reds, greens, pu-erhs, purples, you name it. Love talking to fellow tea-friends. Looking to expand my understanding and appreciation, since tea is a journey that never ends!

I also enjoy posting tea related pictures on Instagram: @teabothy


Seoul, South Korea

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