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195 °F / 90 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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From Dragon Pearl Whole Teas

Oolong tea is often called “the champaigne of teas” because of the special care required to make and the range of wonderful oolong flavors. This medium-fired Ti Kwan Yin (“Iron Goddess”) is made from mature tea leaves that are expertly fermented in rotating natural bamboo drums, then oven-cured to perfection.

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1812 tasting notes

Sigh, when will the local cafe learn to stop using the same carafe for hot water as for coffee?


I hate that so much!!

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I’m probably embarrassing myself here, but I’m a bit intoxicated.
If not for the backspace button, this would be a VERY incoherent review.
At that point where my typing sucks, but I can correct it.
Jack Daniels!

This tea must REALLY suck, because I find it sucky even when drunk.
What does that tell you?
Yeah, bad tea.
End o’ story.


This made me smile! Thank you! Stay Safe!

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I have been drinking this tea for twenty years. It’s probably my “house tea”. Here’s a lesson I learned years ago sampling and drinking tea in SF’s China Town. Buy the higher grade. You can buy loose tea at $20 a pound or at $60-80 a pound. I can get multiple cups off the higher grade so on a unit cost basis it’s cheaper than using $20 tea. I drink a lot of Chinese teas, but now and then I’ll have cup of licorice tea to settle the stomach. I also like gunpowder tea, and there’s a very common variety of tea that comes in a molded ball form (can’t remember the name at the moment). It’s a good anti-cancer tea. I used to get it in China Town for a $1 a piece, and they give you a baker’s dozen for $12.

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This is the only tea I’ve ever purchased in a grocery store (franchise).

It’s really nice for sitting outside on a sunny day, but I feel that it’s a little “flat” in flavor. Nonetheless, still enjoyable!

180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Probably my favorite green oolong! when this is steeped correctly, (2 min off boil, 2 min steep W 3 grams of leaf, about a heaping half TBS) this produces a sweet, nutty vanillaish flavor. Good for about three steeping’s.

185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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