Daoli Oriental Trip

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Oolong Tea
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Caramel, Chocolate, Cocoa, Hay, Malt, Oak wood
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190 °F / 87 °C 2 min, 0 sec 8 g 3 oz / 80 ml

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Amazing Yunnan-grown wulong tea with a rich and mellow taste.

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540 tasting notes

Super delicious, Super Smooth very dark with almost chocolaty type flavors, many steeps. This one starts like a really dark oolong a then it almost seems to turn into a super awesome delicious black tea. It reminds me of certian a darker oolong that I keep on hand, this one is out of stock on the site right now, I was going to get some more.
This is a really dark oolong/wulong(whatever it’s called) I enjoy these darker type oolong the best so this one is my kind of tea :)

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25 tasting notes

There are so many things that I love about this tea … A single nugget will yield around a litre (if not even more) of tea, with each steep offering you a new experience. I have made five steeps so far, and the nugget is still intact somehow, so I reckon I will be able to make at least four more.

1st steep: 3 minutes, 1 dl of water, cooled to 80 degrees C. (Before that I “washed” the nugget in hot water) The colour war bright, aroma and taste very chocolat-y, quite like some other more oxidized wulongs that I had tried.
2nd, 3rd and 4th steep: tea is getting darker as the nugget is falling apart. Chocolate aromas are diminishing in favour of sweet and slightly bitter overtones. It is starting to remind me of black teas. Really tasty at this point.
5th steep: I may have left it for a bit too long. Almost three minutes. The tea got unpleasantly bitter and somehow earthy. Almost like pu erh. Still ok though.

Even though I am still “mid-session” I am confident to say that this is one of the best teas I have tried so far (but keep in mind that I am still newbie when it comes to teas).

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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35 tasting notes

This might just be THE perfect tea. I love the tastes, the aromas and especially the way it steeps. With the same timing your first few steeps are gonna be light wulong and then it will go darker and darker until you reach almost black tea color and taste. I love the way I can make this tea however I want. If I feel like I want it dark I just leave it in a while longer and it comes out perfectly.

180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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5 tasting notes

One of the best teas I’ve ever drunk. I’ve made 4 steeps, and every single one of them was fantastic.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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9 tasting notes

A good tea, though I’m more fond of less oxidized oolongs. But you can really make a bunch of steeps – at least up to 10.

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