“While listening to One Hit Wonders Of the 90s I’m going thru some tea stash piles and putting some more swap packages together…this one it going to go to a good home – but not before I have one...” Read full tasting note
“Loose Appearance: knobby oolong, small curl, bicolor Aroma when Dry: creamy, notes of cucumber After water is first poured: creamy, vanilla, cucumber, faint mint notes At end of first steep:...” Read full tasting note
“A big thanks to Doulton for sending me some of this tea! It’s a fantastic Ti Kuan Yin. Smooth and creamy and sweet. Beautiful.” Read full tasting note
Surpassing the quality of most of the commonly available Ti Kuan Yins, this grade from the Chinese Anxi County is a terrific value. Its golden-yellow liquor is smooth and fragrant, carrying a refreshing, fruity aroma as well as the sought-after orchid-like flavor.
Recommendations: Use 1 heaping tsp. per 6 oz. cup; heat fresh cold water until steaming briskly (195ºF); let steep for 2 1/2 minutes.
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