Organic Milk Oolong (Jin Xuan)

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200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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From The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar

Some say oolong tea aids weight loss. We just say it tastes great with a smooth, creamy and sweet finish.

Great for satisfying a craving for something naughty.

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4847 tasting notes

Yum! Milk Oolong! So deliciously creamy and smooth. Sweet!

There is a lightness to this, it isn’t too heavy or creamy or cloying. It tastes like a natural milk Oolong rather than one of those artificially flavored ones. It has a delicious hint of vegetation that melds with the milk creaminess to give it an almost “creamed vegetable” kind of taste. It is sweet and very pleasant to sip.

Another winner from The Rabbit Hole. I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve tried from them.


That sounds really good!


I love the name of the tea company!


I like rabbits!

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Special Thanks to LiberTEAs I was able to try this one :)
Thus far I have been a fan of Rabbit Hole Tea Bar…let’s see if this one follows suit???

Ahhhhhhh! This is wonderfully smooth and incredibly sweet. It’s VERY clean tasting and a gentle free-flowing milk oolong flavor! This is a terrific Milk Oolong!



I just tried the sample you sent me of this, thanks :)
I wasn’t able to get much flavor out of it though… I’m not familiar with oolongs though so maybe I don’t recognize the flavor? Do you brew it a specific way? I followed the temp and time directions and used my teavana perfectea maker.

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Another virtual tea party with Ashmanra. I am trying this oolonh for this first time. The dry leaves smell faintly floral to me. It has nice full leaves when brewed and the wet leaves smell a little floral and a little like butternut squash to me. The tea has a mouth filling creaminess that gets more hints of floral notes as it cools.

I did a second steep for 7 minutes with about the same temp water. The leaves are now even bigger & more vegetal smelling. The tea itself still smells lightly floral, like jasmine. It isn’t as creamy and has more vegetal notes. But still more creamy than vegetal.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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