“Just to confirm, used water at 180. Not as good as boiling water. This oolong is a very dark brown, almost black. Maybe it does need to be treated as close to black tea.” Read full tasting note
“Received as a gift from our office mates, we love this tea! We’ve been having it almost everyday for the last week. Haven’t come across anyone who has have this tea and didn’t like it (yet). Brewed...” Read full tasting note
Wood charcoal–fired Oolong from the famous Feng Huang area in the Phoenix Mountains of Guangdong Province. Made of long, thin leaves crafted by artisans, then fired to a deep brown–red leaf color, the taste is toasty, full of aroma and fruity notes. Briefly rinse the leaves to awaken them and enjoy the aroma. Then brew it in water of 195-205 degrees, 2 minutes and unlease a wealth of tastes good for multiple steeps.
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