Osmanthus Oolong

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  • “Backlog: I love Osmanthus Oolong teas … Osmanthus often has a “peach-like” flavor to it, so, I think it compliments the Oolong very nicely. This Osmanthus here is a little less like peach … and a...” Read full tasting note
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This Oolong from Doi Mae Salong is a Oolong # 17 Jade Pearls which was flavored with the Osmanthus flower. The sweet, honey-like aroma of Osmanthus flower harmonizes wonderfully with the mild flavor of the Oolong # 17 Jade Pearls. The beautiful fragrance of Osmanthus complements the mild flavor without masking the taste of Oolong. Due to the intense floral aroma and its honey-sweetness, the osmanthus flower is often used in Chinese desserts.

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I love Osmanthus Oolong teas … Osmanthus often has a “peach-like” flavor to it, so, I think it compliments the Oolong very nicely. This Osmanthus here is a little less like peach … and a little more like pollen-y nectar, and I’m liking this difference. I love the peach notes of Osmanthus, but I like that this is different. It gives off a unique sort of sweetness that I enjoyed.

Smooth, buttery, creamy, honeyed. Beautifully floral. I got six very enjoyable infusions from the tea.

Here’s my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2013/11/17/oolong-osmanthus-jade-pearls-tea-mania/

ms.aineecbeland

Nice review. As I was reading of this, I was remembering having had such a tea and the descriptor that came to mind was ‘buttery’ and as I read on in your review there was ‘buttery’. “smooth, buttery, creamy, honeyed..” so true…in the end it is a peach cup of tea disguised as an Oolong tea.
Thank you, lovely review.

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