Wuyi Shui Xian Daffodil Oolong Tea

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Earth, Leather, Mineral, Oak wood, Sweet, Wet Wood, Caramel, Chestnut, Cocoa, Flowers, Roasted, Smoke, Vanilla, Spices
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 45 sec 4 g 7 oz / 199 ml

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Wuyi Shui Xian (Wuyi Daffodil) is known as a premium quality Wuyi Yan Cha, Wuyi Daffodil was discovered before Wuyi Cinnamon.
Feature of Wuyi Daffodil: The dry tea is thick and symmetrical, twisted at the edges and is yellow at the tip, with a black middle and a red base. Wuyi Daffodil has the rich fragrance of orchids. The orange tea liquid is strong in taste with a sweet aftertaste, and the soft brewed leaves turn bright yellow with red edges (described 3% red and 70% green).

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Eastteaguy, by your suggestion. I’ve had this for quite a while and I was tasting it to find some fruit notes if I could….while I stupidly ate green grapes with it. The pair was exceptional, but I had to cleanse my palette. On its own, my old notes stand the test of the time. It is as smooth and caramel like as ever, with the same orchid florals, the same nutty roast, the same vanilla and nutmeg spices, and the same mossy green wood and charcoal notes. Basically, I like Qilans more because they are more floral, while the Shui Xians are more woodsy. Like the taste of a plant is REALLY that different, but it is for me. Oh well, it’s enough for me to go little crazy for one over the other.

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