Taiwan Jin Xuan Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Creamy, Floral, Gardenias, Milk
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  • “My note got deleted! :( Got this as a free sample from Alistair in my first What-cha order. Decided to steep it according to the recommendations, though I would normally do short steeps for my...” Read full tasting note

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An incredibly aromatic oolong with gentle lychee notes, containing no added flavouring.

Sourced direct from Mountain Tea who produce this tea in their Taiwanese tea garden in Nantou.

Tasting Notes:
- Very Smooth texture
- Gentle lychee taste

Origin: Wushe Garden, Nantou, Taiwan

Cultivar: Jin Xuan

Oxidation: 15%

Roast: 0%

Altitude: 1500m

Brewing Advice:
- Heat water to roughly 85C/185°F
- Use 1 teaspoon per cup/small teapot
- Brew for 1-2 minute
- Always remove the leaves from the water once the tea has brewed
- Re-use the leaves multiple times and increase steeping time with each subsequent infusion
- Best without milk

We always recommend experimenting with any new tea, to find the parameters which suit you best

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My note got deleted! :(

Got this as a free sample from Alistair in my first What-cha order. Decided to steep it according to the recommendations, though I would normally do short steeps for my oolongs, jin xuans included. The first steep is a very light, transparent golden yellow, and it smells floral and milky. The taste is more floral than anything, with a milky texture that thickens to almost creamy as you swallow.

The following steeps are similar, but gradually lighter in flavor. So far I feel like I prefer What-cha’s Fujian Jin Xuan to this one, but I will see if steeping it my usual way changes that at all.

Flavors: Creamy, Floral, Gardenias, Milk

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