Japan Benifuuki Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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  • “This tea has a light texture and moderate astringency, with an expanding note of gardenia blossom. While pleasant, the sharpness never quite fades and leaves an unrefined impression. Steep carefully.” Read full tasting note

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An interesting oolong produced from one of Japan’s newer tea cultivar Benifuuki. It has a smooth floral taste reminiscent of Taiwan’s Baozhong.

Benifuuki was produced by crossing Benihomare, an assamica variety Japanese cultivar designed for black tea with MakuraCd86, a sinensis variety cultivar from Darjeeling.

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This tea has a light texture and moderate astringency, with an expanding note of gardenia blossom. While pleasant, the sharpness never quite fades and leaves an unrefined impression. Steep carefully.

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