Formosa Nut Oolong

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Fruit Oolong Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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A complex combination of Chinese and Taiwanese oolong teas with sweet fruity and nutty overtones from apples, pistachios, almonds, and candied violet flowers. A natural way to diet, since it helps digest fats and increase your metabolism.

How to Prepare
Use 1 teaspoon of tea per 8oz of water. Heat water to 195-200 degrees and steep for 3-4 minutes. 2oz of tea equals 25-30 teaspoons.
Gourmet oolong tea, apples, almonds, pistachio nuts, and candied violet flower pieces.

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15 Tasting Notes

123 tasting notes

A sweet, nutty oolong. I never really picked up on the fruitiness of the blend that Teavana claims is present, but then Teavana also claims this will help me diet ‘naturally’ and I haven’t seen any evidence of that, either. Crazy ol’ Teavana.

When I used to order this at Teavana’s drink bar, I’d always get it slightly sweetened because the barista had a tendency to scorch the leaves. Now, when I drink it at home, it never needs any additives. It also oversteeps well, for those of us with a tendency to abandon our tea leaves for extended periods of time. The flavor gets richer and deeper but never overwhelming.

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31 tasting notes

An excellent tea that I wish hadn’t been discontinued! I’ve got a stock of it that I’m holding onto and slowly drinking. It’s a tea that goes great with savory and spicy foods. It can be a bit odd to drink on its own, but trust me — try it with some spicy chips and salsa, and it will absolutely win you over. It’s a little smoky and savory. The leaves are very full, too, I use less than a teaspoon per cup because they expand so much. Absolutely worth it though, so if you can find it, then try it!

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28 tasting notes

Good but not easy to get right. I tried filling about 1/2 inch of the infuser or cup with warm milk, then pouring the water over the leaves and letting it steep. Very nutty and has rasberry and cinnamon flavors.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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21 tasting notes

So yummy! I sweetened it with some local honey, which gives it the subtle sweetness it needs to bring out the nutty flavors. I’m going to miss you Formosa Nut Oolong.

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4 tasting notes

Excellent tea for a novice who is not familiar with types a flavors. This Oolong doesn’t require much sweetening and isn’t very picky about water temperature so you are less likely to burn the leaves. This Oolong is great year around but makes a perfect winter tea. The nuttiness really stands out but I feel it slightly overpowers the taste of the leaves.

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26 tasting notes

This was a nice oolog. I prefer it hot with sweetener (I usually use Stevia to sweeten all my teas, but I occasionally use rock sugar). It makes a great after dinner/dessert tea because it has sweet and nutty undertones. It blends well with Hazelnut Dolce Rooibos (Teavana).

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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1 tasting notes

refreshingly sweet scent, smooth taste with a hint of sweetness. too bad it’s been discontinued

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12 tasting notes

loved it! i think it was the smoothest so far. annnnnd i totally want more!

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14 tasting notes

The candied violet flowers are my favorite part and the pistachios make it deliciously nutty.

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67 tasting notes

I like this well enough, but not enough to repurchase. It goes into my tea rotation at work pretty often. I prefer the taste of Teavana’s Almondina Biscotti, though. If this tea is discontinued, you may want to try that as a substitute.

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