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From English Tea Leaves

Greenish Organic Oolong from China.

Brewing time: 2-3 minutes. 3oz makes about 24 cups of tea. Brewing instructions included.

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Another oolong from my swap with Moraiwe. Thanks Moraiwe!

I made this tea before class this morning. It was my last day of class this semester and I had to give a presentation in my German class. I talked about tea (in German) and gave out samples to my prof. and all 4 of my classmates (not many students left by the time 3rd year German comes around!). So much fun to share tea with people (^^)

1st steep 2min30sec
A Very delicate flavor. Floral with a hint of vegetal. I like when floral notes are delicate, but I prefer the rest of the flavor to be stronger.

2nd steep 3min30sec
floral flavor is almost non-existentant. The strongest flavor is now in the after taste and is mineral and pepper-like. I don’t know exactly how to describe it, but I didn’t like it.

Didn’t have time to try another steeping, but I don’t think I would have anyway. The first steep of this was palatable, but not enough so that I’d want to have this tea again in the future.


I found the best steeps to be 3 & 4. The weird mineral flavor almost turned me away from doing them, but it went out on steep three out and some of the floral came back and made for a decent Ti Kuan Yin by the end. Not enough so that I’d buy it again, as my first two steeps were pretty blerg, too. The pepper flavor was just…weird.


Yeah, I read your note for this one too. I still have some left for another cup if I ever feel up to trying a 3rd or 4th steeping. However, I prefer not to keep stocked tea that doesn’t produce a decent cup the first couple times. Besides, there are so many others I like that I have little reason to ‘make do’ with the mediocre ones. Thank you though for letting me try this and the other oolongs (I haven’t sampled all of them yet).


I definitely understand! (I won’t be rebuying for the same reason) Hopefully there’s something else there that resonates a bit more. It was kind of an eclectic grab bag!

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615 tasting notes

First Steeping, 3 minutes
Really pale liquor. Light vegetal flavor, has a some mineralness going on. aftertaste kind of strawy tasting. Wishing I would have rinsed this. Curse laziness :(

Second Steeping, 3 minutes, 30 seconds
Golden liquor. Kind of a broccoli vegetalness. I find myself missing the floral notes that a lot of ti kuan yin seems to have by now. Still has a little metallic flavor coming in with the inital flavors, luckily it seems to get much much better as the tea cools. Aftertaste is far better, less grassy, more vegetable (spinach) Leaves are about half unfulrled now.

Third Steeping, 4 minutes
Best so far! Same color as second steeping, but the flavor is is starting to be less veggie and my flower notes are there! Not picking up on the mineral taste any more either, instead it’s becoming nice and buttery. Maybe getting a slight spice note, though. Aftertaste is kind of a soft floral with the spice (pepper? saffron? I can’t quite place it). Leaves are mostly unfurled. This cup disappeared way too fast.

Fourth Steeping, 5 minutes
And better yet! Really buttery. Definite unexpected pepper notes on an asparagus and light flowery flavor. Really good depth of character. Aftertaste is very asparagus. I should be able to get one more steep out of this tea.

Fifth Steeping, 7 minutes
Back to a pale yellow liquor. Nice light green asparagus flavor with flower notes. Aftertaste is floral. Pretty sure this is the end. Thank you for the hours of enjoyment, Mr. Tea. :)

190 °F / 87 °C

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