Wuyi Oolong

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From The Tao of Tea

Native Name: Wuyi Cha

Origin: Wuyi Shan, Fujian, China

Plucking Season: Spring

Introduction: Grown at a 100% Organic tea garden within Wuyishan, a scenic area stretching along Fujian’s northernmost border with Jiangxi Province. It comprises 36 graceful rock peaks and a twisting, curving river called Nine Bend Creek.

Authentic Wuyi Oolong
Only teas grown within a 60 kilometer territory are considered Zheng Yan Cha—authentic Wuyi Tea. Wuyi’s are further categorized by elevation and those at the highest elevations are most prized. Tea is the sustaining life for Wuyi mountain people and there are a number of tea gardens and teahouses in the area.

Although this tea is quite hardy and maintains its flavor well over time, it is best when enjoyed fresh in April and May.

Oolong Varietals
Making oolong teas requires selecting suitable plant varietals and precise leaf rolling and roasting techniques. The varietals and processing methods are native to Taiwan and China’s Fujian province. Most famous of all Wuyi varietals is Da Hong Pao or Big-Red-Robe. Only a few original plants still remain and have been maintained by the same married couple for the last 25 years. Many tea areas in Wuyishan contain second and third generation strains of the Da Hong Pao plants. Other tea varietals include Bai Ji Guan, Mingcong, Rougui, Shuixian and Qizhong.

Pan Fired Technique
In making this tea, long stylish leaves are twisted sideways and then pan-fired to stop oxization. The leaves are baked in the final stages of processing.

Flavor Profile: Dark brew, with hints of smokiness, and a distinct fruity flavor.

Ingredients: 100% Organic Oolong Tea Leaves

Certified Organic by: Quality Assurance International (QAI)

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6768 tasting notes

Tastes like mixed nuts or nut party mix…gently roasted!

This is tasty!


Darn! Beat me to it. I just got some and was surprised to see it wasn’t up. XD Well, if it’s from Tao and has the TeaEqualsBliss seal of approval at least I know I’ll adore it.


Awwwww. Wuyi’s have taken me a little bit longer than other Oolongs to appreciate. Not that I didn’t enjoy them before but they are roastier and different than most of the other oolongs, at least I think so! I think they also have a bit of a texture to it…grainy at times. I will say that there WASN’T that texture with this specific one tho and for that I was grateful! Another reason I rated this one high…forgot to mention in my original review! :)


I can’t wait to try it! That texture is one of offputting traits that make me unsure about Wuyis. Maybe I’ll find more I like.


This is one of the more smooth textured wuyi’s I have tried so far

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4843 tasting notes

A very nice Oolong. Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me some of it.

The flavor is deep and smoky, with lovely fruit, nut and caramel notes. Smooth transition between flavors. Very little astringency. No bitterness. Wonderful!

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•Nutty (aroma + taste)
•Toasted (aroma + taste)
•Smooth (starts and finishes smooth)

Steeped Tea Liquor Color: Golden-Amber

A mild but somewhat complex Oolong tea. Extremely clean and smooth with an overall nutty/toasted flavor. No bitter or acidic flavors present. Starts with a toasted flavor, the middle is slightly nutty gradually shifting to a mild hint of fruitiness and it finishes with a fruity and slightly sweet nutty and smokey flavor. (Whew! Yeah that’s what I meant by ‘complex’.) The lingering smokey/nutty flavor left on the palate is wonderful.

My Ratings…
★ = Didn’t Hate It.
★★ = Not Bad.
★★★ = Me Likey.
★★★★ = Impressive!
★★★★★ = AwesomeSauce!

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