Wulong Cha

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Oolong Tea
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  • “This oolong was delicious! It tasted nutty and rich. I got two or three steepings out of the serving in the gaiwan. I could also taste burnt chocolate and earth. I think it leans more toward the...” Read full tasting note

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Dark twisted leaves yield an infusion of rich amber liquor with a full taste that boasts of rye bread or roasted nuts. An aroma and aftertaste of caramelsmooths the palate and makes this remarkable Fujian tea a suitable accompaniment to desserts and snacks. Reputedly named “black dragon” because the opening leaves look like little dragons in the teapot.

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This oolong was delicious! It tasted nutty and rich. I got two or three steepings out of the serving in the gaiwan. I could also taste burnt chocolate and earth. I think it leans more toward the “black” than “green” side of oolong-dom, but that works for me! Highly recommend.

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