Tie Guan Yin Oolong - MuZha Traditional

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[Tie Guan Yin] – Traditional Taiwanese style TieGuanYin from MuZha, medium-high fermented, heavy roasted.
[Taste Note] – Fruity aroma, strong but smooth and sweet taste. Suitable for everyone, day or night.
[Country of Origin] – Taiwan

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Gongfu!

Steeping up some oolong this morning! There’s often a sharp, acidic roasted chicory top note to Muzha TGY that I’m not the biggest fan of, and I do get that a touch with this tea, but dripping my water temp just slightly lower than I would normally brew this style of oolong tea with has been very rewarding. The leaves are now producing a warm and toasty liquor with notes of brown rice syrup, roasted quinoa and barley, and baked apples – complete with a playful hint of nuttiness and minerality. It’s such a smooth session, and really expressive of just how deep my love for roasted teas goes!

Tea Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/CpDWN76Oosl/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQJlEvdkOHU

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