Ginger Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “Argh! I missed yesterday’s ginger day! I was too distracted by the moving truck in front of a neighbor’s house. They are moving and gave us a tour of their BEAUTIFUL home which they are putting up...” Read full tasting note
  • “Another disappointing flavoured tea. The base tea seems to be a pretty standard Chinese oolong, and that’s mostly what you can taste, with just a very slight zing of ginger at the end. The used...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea is not one of my favourites from Lupicia. The oolong base is a bit overpowering and the ginger is almost non-exsistent. I can smell the ginger but i can’t really taste it. I’ve tried...” Read full tasting note
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An aromatic blend of Oolong tea and dried ginger, accentuated with pink pepper. As a digestive aid with a refreshing after-taste, this tea is the ideal conclusion to any meal. Drink during the winter to boost the immune system against colds and flu.

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Argh! I missed yesterday’s ginger day! I was too distracted by the moving truck in front of a neighbor’s house. They are moving and gave us a tour of their BEAUTIFUL home which they are putting up for sale. The house was built in 1907 and they have been there since the late 80’s. The husband has spent all that time placing layer upon layer of very well thought out and color coordinated wall paper on nearly every wall and ceiling. It sounds horrendous, but looks amazing. Curved corners in the ceilings and lots of wood trim. Despite having very little yard, the house would be perfect for us…. if we could afford the 1.5M that it is probably going to go for. :(….. All that to say, I was distracted, questioning my life choices and not thinking of ginger.

THIS tea I’ve likely had since 2013. In my first and only other tasting note I mention I’d give it one more try and then give up if it didn’t grow on me. I don’t recall it ever growing on me and I obviously didn’t get rid of it either. There are 3-4 servings left, but I feel more motivated to get rid of it than sip it down. I forget who made the suggestion I try Lupicia flavored oolongs at a super high temp, but that advice didn’t steer me wrong. It seems to get rid of the flat cardboard flavors that I tend to pick out of their oolongs. It took 3 minutes of steeping to get the ginger to pop out and I again think it’s more of a preserved ginger flavor, not a spicy ginger flavor. It’s not a bad cup, but I’m still feeling just eh on it. Not a very enthusiastic endorsement of my chosen ginger day tea.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec
gmathis

LOVE old houses, and I guarantee that as you get older, small yards with less maintenance start looking pretty good!

Dustin

I can imagine that could be the case for me someday, but right now I’m wishing for a bigger yard. We have two kids that want trees to climb and space to run around. I love gardening, collecting fruit (trees that are currently bursting from their pots) and beekeeping. I also miss having chickens. I love living in a city near so many of my friends and in a great community, but part of me wants a slice of the country lifestyle too.

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Another disappointing flavoured tea. The base tea seems to be a pretty standard Chinese oolong, and that’s mostly what you can taste, with just a very slight zing of ginger at the end. The used leaves had a beautiful warm, tingly ginger smell to them; I wish that’s how the tea tasted, too.

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This tea is not one of my favourites from Lupicia. The oolong base is a bit overpowering and the ginger is almost non-exsistent. I can smell the ginger but i can’t really taste it. I’ve tried mixing fresh ginger with the tea and that helps make it more gingery for me, but i don’t like having to put that much effort into making a tea taste good, since it’s supposed to taste like ginger in the first place.

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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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