Milk Oolong (Jing Xuan)

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205 °F / 96 °C 4 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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From Ku Cha House of Tea

Also called Jing Xuan, Milk Oolong is a sweet, creamy tea and a perfect solution for those with a sweet tooth. This unique Oolong is steamed with milk before the leaves are roasted, giving it its unique and creamy flavor. Milk oolong is one of our most popular flavored oolongs!

FuJian Province, China

Dry Leaves:
Tightly rolled green ball-shaped leaves

Bright golden jade

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Yum! This tea is a winner in my book. I love the buttery, vegetal sweetness and the mellowness of it also. It’s not my first choice for winter teas, but I could definitely drink this regularly during warmer seasons!

205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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The sweet milkiness is coming through so intensely that it overwhelms every other flavor. This is a great oolong for beginners (my 13 year old sister absolutely loves it) but the leaves have very clearly been steamed with milk. This masks a lot of the delicate, natural flavors found in the leaves of pure high mountain Jing Xuan oolong, aka “real” milk oolong.

Flavors: Milk

200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I’m trying to make some progress on drinking some of my tea collection. I bought myself some special teas to celebrate graduating from college last Friday and my shelves are on the verge of exploding. I have so many teas to drink! Many of them aren’t even opened, but are just waiting until I drink a bit more and make room. I have a little bit of this Milk Oolong sitting around and it would be nice to finish it off sometime soon.

The scent of this tea is buttery, green and floral. It smells like a typical milk oolong, if I am to be honest. Sipping… oh, I like this one. It’s sweet, buttery and very smooth. I like how the floral notes are toned down a little so the buttery character can take center stage. This one is delicious! It lacks some of the peachy notes that I can sometimes get from other milk oolongs, but I am loving the simplicity of this one. The sweetness is so very nice.

Well, now I’ve gulped down this cup and find myself wanting to save what leaf I have left. It’s always a nice surprise when you aren’t expecting to enjoy a tea that much and end up loving it instead. Mmm.

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So so so good!!! I resteeped it a million times.

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