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Cinnamon, Creamy, Roasted, Spices, Sweet
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  • “This comes in pretty small packets, so steeped up a very small amount of it the first time trying it. The leaves have a lovely, sweet, creamy and roasted aroma and steep up to a red liquor quite...” Read full tasting note

From Stone Leaf Teahouse

Wu Yi Shan Protected Area. Traditional Roasting.

“Cinnamon” Cliff Tea

肉桂茶

One of the 5 famous varietals of Wu Yi Shan that has become quite popular in the past 20 years.

Rou Gui means “Cassia” and is named for its distinctive cinnamon aroma and sweet taste. Our Rou Gui does not let you down. Strong warm sweet cinnamon dominates the flavor profile, while roasting over charcoal adds complexity to both the aroma and cup. This masterful roasting leaves more sweetness than dryness in the finish, not an easy accomplishment.

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This comes in pretty small packets, so steeped up a very small amount of it the first time trying it. The leaves have a lovely, sweet, creamy and roasted aroma and steep up to a red liquor quite quickly. Tastes of cinnamon and spices, but I think I will definitely want to be less conservative and steep up a larger amount of this next time so I can get a more in depth feel for it.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Creamy, Roasted, Spices, Sweet

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