Jin Xuan Oolong

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86 / 100

Calculated from 21 Ratings
Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Oolong Tea Leaves
Butter, Floral, Nutty, Spearmint, Sweet, Cinnamon, Cream, Honey, Milk, Sweat, Vanilla, Corn Husk, Cucumber, Peas, Green, Sweet, warm grass, Vegetal, Creamy, Nectar, Orchids, Sugarcane, Burnt Sugar, Fruity, Osmanthus, Wood, Roasted, Salt, Seaweed, Smooth, Fruit Tree Flowers
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Typical Preparation
Use 6 oz / 187 ml of water
Set water temperature to 200 °F / 93 °C
Use 6 g of tea
Steep for 2 min, 0 sec
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“Backlog: This is quite possibly the best “milk oolong” type Oolong teas that I’ve ever tasted. It is amazing. It is remarkably creamy and has a fresh, exhilarating flavor. Notes of cream, notes...” Read full tasting note
“I have returned from my little hiatus! My birthday was all sorts of awesome, good company, good food, mind-boggling awesome presents, and of course good tea. I still feel a little overwhelmed,...” Read full tasting note
“Interesting. It’s like they took the Mandala milk oolong and dialed it back a touch. Just a touch. It’s still terrifically tasty, but for now I continue to prefer the Mandala.” Read full tasting note
“Tried a number of variations and found that whether brewing gongfu or western, water should be very hot to boiling (definitely no lower than 90 C) and start out with a fairly long first infusion –...” Read full tasting note


This batch of tea leaves come from the most active tea maker and merchant we know. This man enters virtually every Oolong Tea competition in Taiwan, including the largest and most prestigious Oolong Tea competition in the world. He consistently achieves high ratings in all of these competitions. In fact, when we picked up this batch, he brewed a sample of another batch of this same type of tea that won first prize in the Nantou County Jin Xuan Oolong competition of 2,400 entries. This is a region that is comprised of some the best tea makers in the world, and he placed first. He is a highly motivated, intelligent and progressive individual – making him an exemplary figure in his field.

Flavor: Nutty, buttery, savory winter vegetables, woody notes. Smooth Oolong fragrant finish.

Garden: This batch of tea was made by an artisan who won first prize in this year’s Nantou County Jin Xuan Oolong Tea Competition of 2,400 entries, and Nantou is home to the best oolong tea makers in the world. The tea he produces is, in a word, exemplary.

Harvest: Machine cut. Medium batch.

Elevation: 400m

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