This tea has interested me since I saw it on Remedy Teas list over a year ago. I finally got a chance to drink some today.

It was worth the wait. A really interesting flavor profile. First, we have the usual oolong thing going on and despite being heavily oxidized, the tea retains a vegetal note—the first word that came to my mind was bean-sprouts. At the same time the tea contains a good bit of musky, nuttiness that I think most tea drinkers will appreciate. All these flavors are in balance with a slightly sweet overtone.

I easily got 3 steeps out of it. Get some if you can. The color alone is worth it.

185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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Being a former Seattleite, I am a converted coffee addict. I am partial to Oolongs. I also drink quite a bit of Pu-erh tea as it has become my go to morning beverage.


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