Drunken Dragon

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Oolong
Flavors
Alcohol, Cherry Wood, Chocolate, Fruity, Roasted, Sweet, Brown Sugar, Cherry, Dark Chocolate, Sake
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Not available
Edit tea info Last updated by Daylon R Thomas
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 1 min, 45 sec 3 g 8 oz / 222 ml

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This tea is the third saga in the trilogy of our bourbon barrel aged teas. The Drunken Dragon is a roasted oolong that was aged for three months in the barrel, named as such because Bourbon = Drunken and Oolong = Dragon! This deliciously strong flavor of fruity, chocolatey tones is the stronger, more pronounced version of our Bourbon Barrel Oolong.

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I gifted the rest of this tea over 5 years ago, and she still kept it after a while. We are enjoying it as we lesson plan and grading this morning, the memories are coming back. I’m not sure if J-Tea still sells this one, but it was good enough to tempt me into getting more Drunken Green Dragon and some of their other goodies….I don’t need more tea, I don’t need more tea, I don’t need more tea…

If you’re more curious about how this tea tastes, I nailed it over the head in my previous two reviews on this one. The bourbon brings out fruity and sweeter elements in it, while the tea provides a cherry wood backbone. Still nice to this day.

Leafhopper

I’ve been saying that to myself lately as well! :) I recently tried the Long Feng Xia from Ethan Kurland and immediately went to TeaForum to see if he had more. (Nope.) It’s like a less green version of the 2019 Lishan from Zhao Zhou.

Leafhopper

Yep, that was my reaction as well. You’ll be getting some of it in your box. :)

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