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From East Pacific Tea Co.

Delicious Formosan from the Taiwanese County of Nantao. This tea is tender on the taste buds with a slight scent of citrus on the nose. By speeding up the metabolism, this oolong tea is a great addition to any diet.

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6770 tasting notes

Dry Leaf Scent – Lima Beans!? :)

Post infusion…

These leaves seem to be having the hardest time opening…but…that means multiple infusion attempts for me! Woot!

I guess I can smell the citrus comparison…I wouldn’t say it was the actual “fruit part of the fruit” but maybe moreso the peel!? That type of smell…sure!

This is extremely tasty! It might be hard to describe as to why I think it’s tasty, but it’s TASTY…here’s my best attempt at explaining it, however…

It’s incredibly juicy and sweet and the more I sip the more of a citrus type thought I have…like the mouthwatering juiciness from a super fresh tangerine or that perfect orange, even…no clementine or tangelo! Now I’m not saying it TASTES like citrus flavored oolong – it mostly reminds me of the juiciness and the more I taste the juicy type taste the more I think of a tangelo or clementine. Like I said…hard to explain, I guess. It’s very sweet and natural and clean. I like this very VERY very much. And the more I sit here sipping the more I like it!


Originally I rated this a 97 – the more I “drink and think” – I am thinking there couldn’t be a better tasting SWEET/Juicy type of oolong out there…so…I suppose I should give it a 100, eh!? I just don’t know how it could be better than it already is!

Math Brisk

hmmm you make it sound really tempting ! Something I’ll have to try down the road… too bad the shipping is somewhat makes it really expensive. Well, after I’m done with the ridiculous amount of teas stacking up in my kitchen!


Is this a flavored one or just naturally citrusy?


Not flavored as such – just naturally tastes reminiscent of citrus…if you know what I mean! LOL


It’s awesome, btw!


I want some. :)


Oh! You are going to get some LiberTEAs!!!! :P


Totally makes sense! I’m a sucker for anything orange-y so I had to ask!


Auggy – I’m throwing some in your package for you too! :P


Woo! I certainly won’t complain! :)


Wow, a tea that smells like, of all things, Lima Beans, but doesn’t taste like it? I’ve been known to say that “I can’t think of anything that I like the taste of that I don’t like the smell.” Maybe I need to be proven wrong!

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911 tasting notes

Another TeaEqualsBliss swap tea! This smells very Ti Kuan Yin-y. But the taste is fruitier. Unfortunately, I don’t think all of it is natural as there is a tiny hint of that plum spice flavor the Mellow Monk Top Leaf had. It’s fairly faint and I can pick up a brilliant, almost citrus taste hiding behind it. Sadly, the plum spice is a bit distracting so it’s hard to pick out what is the tea and what is the flavor it picked up from elsewhere. This tea has a lot of promise and I’d wager is really quite excellent, but because of the (thankfully faint) contamination, I’m going to leave it unrated.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Meghann M

I like the name of this tea, might have to get some just to offer guests a Soul Vacation:)

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4847 tasting notes


The aroma presents a light citrus note, a little bit of flower, and a little bit of vegetal…

The flavor is softly vegetative, not grassy or an obvious vegetable flavor, just a little vegetative. A very nice citrus note to the flavor too, like an effortless squeeze of orange or tangerine into my cup… again… not strong or obvious – just a little note that sings on the palate.

I like this Oolong a lot.

Edited to add: I was so caught up with how delightful this tea was that I forgot to thank TeaEqualsBliss for sending it to me! Thank you my SororiTEA Sister!

175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 15 sec

My blood pressure went down 15 points just reading the name of this tea=D


Glad you like this one!!!

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119 tasting notes

Another sample from LiberTEAS box (I’m running on her samples and Bonnie’s samples until more of my tea orders arrive).

I don’t think I prepared this correctly. It tastes pretty light and I’m getting a floral hint, with a bit of an after taste of citrus. I read the other notes before writing this and mine isn’t that strong or exaggerated. Mine’s a little vegetal too, and I haven’t seen anyone say that… I’ll have to play around with my preparation method for this, but for right now I’m going to rate it based on this.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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