Dong Ding (Tung Ting) Mr.Nen Yu (cooked)

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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The 11 hours of cooking that this green wulong undergoes imparts on to the leaves a sweeter and grainier character than does the fresh method. The bouquet reflects this with aromas of candy (sugar cane), roasted grain, oily (wallflowers) and slightly lemony (lemon balm) flowers. On the palate, the fatty texture brings forth notes of summer honey, wheat cookies, brown butter, and exotic fruit (pineapple, coconut). A drinkable delicacy.

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326 tasting notes

Initial tasting notes: I think this is especially smooth. Nothing in particular dampens the experience. It just goes down well. Some of the leaves are quite big.

205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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clean and simple taste: roasted cereals, woody notes, swiss chard and charcoal. Overall it is a pleasant tea with nothing to dislike, yet little to impress IMHO.

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325 tasting notes

Buttery, smooth, and kind of earthy. There’s also a slight astringency, and it seems closer to a black tea than the other two Taiwanese oolongs I picked up in Quebec. Good, but I think you’d have to be in the right mood.

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