Red Arbor Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Muscatel, Oak wood, Rose, Wood
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Low
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  • “The dried leaves really do have a strong aroma of dried cherries, which is incredible. That disappears in the tea itself, though. The steeped tea has a woody/nutty aroma, and a strong but not...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Just received my order from Teabox for Diwali and this was a free sample included. From my forays into all things Indian tea from last year, Darjeeling oolongs are a softer version of the muscatels...” Read full tasting note
    84

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We love this tea for its many shades and suggestions of brown, from the toasty smell of the dried leaves, a chestnut infusion, an amber liquor and finally the note of oak wood as we taste it. Setting off these dark flavors are aromatic notes of dried fruit and flowers which come from the young buds that are abundantly present in this blend.

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The dried leaves really do have a strong aroma of dried cherries, which is incredible. That disappears in the tea itself, though. The steeped tea has a woody/nutty aroma, and a strong but not unpleasant wood taste. There’s a very faint note of rose to it, not enough to really distinguish on its own, but just enough to soften and round out the wood. Overall it’s a generic but very well done oolong. It would go with any meal or time of day.

Flavors: Muscatel, Oak wood, Rose, Wood

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Just received my order from Teabox for Diwali and this was a free sample included. From my forays into all things Indian tea from last year, Darjeeling oolongs are a softer version of the muscatels blacks from the same region but with a more pleasant complex aroma and flavor. This is a very nice representation of the oolongs I tasted previously, soft and light but with enough of a bouquet of dried apple to bring you in. Flavors of malt and plum pit and the faint rose finish the flavor profile albeit soft and gentle. Not much caffeine to speak of so I may purchase a bit to enjoy in the afternoons after some yard work and gardening.

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