Muzha Tiegaunyin

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Oolong Tea
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  • “So good. I was hoping for more of a green refreshing tea, but this turned out all warm and roasty. Not exactly what I was seeking… oh well, it was so full of flavour I’m not sure I mind. And I...” Read full tasting note

From High Mountain Tea

With green Tieguanyin dominating the current market, this classic roasted Muzha style Tieguanyin is a welcomed throwback to the heavier roasted TieGuanYin of the past. Historically produced in the Wen Shan District near Taipei City, the Si Ji Chun varietal used in this tea produces a complex and layered brew. It has a floral aroma, with a roasted almond body that takes on more mineral properties as you re-steep.
MOA Certified Organic
Hong Kong Organic Certified

Quantity: 40 grams
Season: Spring
Cultivar: Si Ji Chun ( Four Seasons)
Oxidation: Low (30%)
Processing: Ball rolled
Elevation: 400M

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So good. I was hoping for more of a green refreshing tea, but this turned out all warm and roasty. Not exactly what I was seeking… oh well, it was so full of flavour I’m not sure I mind. And I should have remembered back to when I bought this one and was told it was made in the old style, not the newer one that’s all zingy.
Anyhow. Notes of chestnut, bamboo, vanilla, okra, and something I can’t quite put my finger on. Autumn maybe. Yeah lets go with that… all with a hint of lingering summer in the air. Day old cut grass (in a good way)

Fjellrev

Oh, intersting combination of notes there. That’s quite the range.

Indigobloom

I think I made it through seven infusions. Some were more green and others roasty. Also I should clarify… okra to me is kinda not that fresh tasting. I guess I should have specified cooked! a unique TGY for sure though. I don’t think I’ve had one quite like that before! :D

Fjellrev

Wow, seven!

Indigobloom

I made half of them all at once lol
In small teacups that I sampled from and then I combined them in a giant mug

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