Orange Blossom Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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  • “I am possibly losing my mind or something but I have decided to start cold steeping things that might be horribly bad cold. But really the idea of cold steeped oolong was fascinating so I did this...” Read full tasting note
  • “Orange Blossom Oolong after lunch? Don’t mind if I do! In fact make this one a heaping tea spoon, I’m in the mood for multiple infusions. Many thanks to Amanda for this. In searching for this...” Read full tasting note
  • “Special Thanks to Amanda for this one :) This tastes like Wood, Blossom, Orange, and Spice. This is pretty good! I’m always interested in trying TeaGschwender Teas and I haven’t had too many thus...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is another tea I’ve been mildly interested in for a while, and another I got a big bag of in my recent swap with Infusin_Susan. In the bag this one smelled very orangey, with an orange aroma...” Read full tasting note

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Elusive, floral notes of orange meet a woody Oolong punctuated by the faintest hints of smoke and leather.

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Made a cuppa this one this morning. I do get a tiny touch of orange and smoke, but the oolong base just seems very blah to me. I’m not sure if sugar would help liven it up or not, but I’m not going to bother trying.


I’ve noticed a huge range from hit to miss with TeaGschwendner teas, which I am just starting to try since this past weekend.. the flavors are really muted on a few of them, but then you brew a cup of marzipan and caramel blend and wowza!

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127 tasting notes

Classified as “aromatic” it does have a lovely scent, and a surprisingly okay taste.

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