2017 Huang Guanyin 黄观音

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Oolong Tea
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  • “This reminds me of the small batch of wild oolong (see testing note) Cindy had harvested and crafted from the same tea leaves used to process their popular wild lapsang souchong. The tea liquor is...” Read full tasting note

From Wuyi Origin

Location: Da shui keng (ban yan)
Harvest date: 5th June 2017
Baking level: the first time baking on 5th of June, lightly roasted style 115 degree of temperature, 8 hours
Feature: Huang guanyin is a hybrid mixture of Huang Dan and Tieguanyin bushes with the Serial No 105. lightly roasted, with clean and exquisite aroma. Tea soup is very smooth. No any charcoal smoke fire on the tea, this roasting level is quite suitable for summer drinking.

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This reminds me of the small batch of wild oolong (see testing note) Cindy had harvested and crafted from the same tea leaves used to process their popular wild lapsang souchong. The tea liquor is a crystal clear orange hue and is very smooth in texture. The tea can be felt in the corners of my cheeks and in the back of the throat. I would say the aroma is more of the show-stopper, while the tea flavor is extremely soothing, lively, and bright. Both in aroma and flavor, it has a definitive granite/karst mineral base, highly floral, and something juicy that is reminiscent of a very ripe vine tomato. I can get a good 7 steeps out of this one before it looses flavor.

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