Shanlinxi High Mountain Baked Oolong Tea, Lot 270

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Oolong Tea
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  • “When you come across a tea like this it truly makes you thankful to those who picked it. It’s a refined and truly noble tea. One can almost see a king sitting on his throne and drinking this. It...” Read full tasting note
  • “Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #29 Oh gosh, I always feel like I can’t appreciate a roasted oolong the most of any other type of tea. I wasn’t aware this one would taste so...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Oh delicious roasty amazingness where have you been all my life? Brewed up in my little yixing pot, you make my mouth water in anticipating of every single sip, my tastebuds sing as you hit my...” Read full tasting note
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When you come across a tea like this it truly makes you thankful to those who picked it. It’s a refined and truly noble tea. One can almost see a king sitting on his throne and drinking this. It goes down smoothly like a bourbon. The roasted, slightly nutty flavor is just amazing. I have to confess though I’m not one who generally drinks darker oolongs but ones like this truly need to be tasted to be appreciated.
Try this both hot and cold. It is enjoyable either way.

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1 tsp

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Here’s Hoping Traveling Teabox – Round #5 – Tea #29
Oh gosh, I always feel like I can’t appreciate a roasted oolong the most of any other type of tea. I wasn’t aware this one would taste so roasted, as the smaller oolong bundles are dark green and didn’t look roasted to me. I’m just not a fan of the charcoal/roasty/tobacco oolongs. So I don’t have much to say about this one. Though all three steeps were very consistent with flavor and this one also had hints of peach wafting occasionally in some sips. If I knew this one was so roasted, I would have left it from someone else. There is still a little left for someone else to try though.
Steep #1 // 1 teaspoon for a full mug// 7 minutes after boiling // 1 1/2 minute steep
Steep #2 // few minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
Steep #3 // just boiled // 2 minute steep

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Try it gongfu style. Shorter steeps. I like this tea

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Oh delicious roasty amazingness where have you been all my life? Brewed up in my little yixing pot, you make my mouth water in anticipating of every single sip, my tastebuds sing as you hit my tongue and my tummy sighs in simple delight at the end of your trip! You taste like walking through a fir tree forest in autumn just before sunset – all wood, sweetness, the lightest touch of spice, a hint of leather (or is it tobacco??) and a creamy mouth feel. Its just a pity your so darn expensive but then again your ability to steep many many times reduces your cost per sip and lets be honest, even six steeps in you still taste pretty darn amazing. Worth every penny!

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