Eco-Cha Club #35 - Gold Medal Award Winning Dong Ding Cui Yu Oolong Tea

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Butter, Nutty, Toffee, Bread, Butternut Squash, Butterscotch, Char, Chestnut, Coffee, Hazelnut, Roasted, Roasted Nuts, Smooth, Sweet, Thick
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This month’s batch of tea being shared with the Eco-Cha Tea Club has a rich, substantial, heavy roast character that is especially smooth and satisfying. The flavor notes include dried fruit, like plum and apricot, over a smoky, slow-roasted base.

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Surprisingly nutty and rich, almost like a desert or candy? The best I could describe it to others was that it reminds me of Almond Roca.

Flavors: Butter, Nutty, Toffee

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This is a nice one. They used nutty and peaty on the descriptor card, and those notes are accurate. It is smoky, earthy, and it does develop a little bit of a stone fruit note in the third brew gong fu, but it is incredibly smooth and very easy to drink. There were times that it reminded me of a smooth yancha. I liked their main Dong Ding on the website a little bit better because it is more caramelized, but this one is so easy to drink western, grandpa, or gong fu. This is earthy roast at its best.

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