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Oolong Tea
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Caffeine
Medium
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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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  • “On my quest to finding a great tasting Milk Oolong that is unflavored and at a reasonable price, I ran to Bird Pick. I had currently tried Lupicia’s Milky Gold Oolong and completely fell in love!...” Read full tasting note
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From Bird Pick Tea & Herb

Milk Oolong is made from the JinXuan cultivar of the tea tree in Taiwan. This cultivar is prized for its milky, buttery notes and creamy flavor, which gives the impression that there is milk in this naturally sweet and mellow tea. This tea is also great for multiple infusions.

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On my quest to finding a great tasting Milk Oolong that is unflavored and at a reasonable price, I ran to Bird Pick. I had currently tried Lupicia’s Milky Gold Oolong and completely fell in love! But after being sold out I had to find an alternative.

I walked into bird pick and asked to try a sample. I was very disappointed that they served me a sample of burned, bitter, and unsatisfying Oolong. I usually steep my Taiwanese Oolongs 1-1.5 min they brewed it for 4 min! I was applaud…later I asked to have it steeped for a minute and it tasted so creamy and buttery. It was a nice tea, made my day (: I bought myself some and ran home to use on my gaiwan.

I rated mid satisfaction because although the tea smells amazing I can taste the low quality in the leaf. I usually steep my oolongs up to 10 times but this one gave up the creaminess on the 3rd steep. Nice tea, just not my absolute favorite.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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