2 Tasting Notes


My first pu-erh tea. I’ve never tasted something like this before (I’m new to loose leaf tea btw). The moment I tasted this tea, I remembered the vacation place from my childhood. I couldn’t understood why. I think it was because of the wooden taste which took my time to figure out. I enjoyed the tea. It was strong and has different notes to discover.

Flavors: Earth, Wood

Boiling 4 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 12 OZ / 354 ML

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My first ever experience with oolong tea. Used amount of 2 teaspoon, rinsed, and waited 4 minute for brewing. However for 1. steep there was a dominant grass taste and nothing else. Maybe it’s because of me since I’m new to this and can’t catch the notes.
2. steep has less vegetal taste but still couldn’t taste something special.

Flavors: Grass

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 20 OZ / 591 ML

I’m so sorry that this Oolong tea didn’t meet your expectation.

Would you please advise me more details about your brewing method? Such as the temperature, the volume of the teapot?

Hope we can find a way to catch more notes from this tea.

Wish you a nice weekend!


Western Brewing. 24oz water used in ~36 oz glass teapot with tea amount of 4 teaspoon. I’ll try different amount, temperature and I’ll update this tealog later.


Maybe a different capacity of teapot, I look forward to your updated information later!

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