Oolong Tea

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec 9 oz / 268 ml

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  • “A review of Oolong Tea by YamaMotoYama I have tried many of the YamaMotoYama tea brand and I am happy to say I am trying another of their tea. I am using one tea bag in my cup and pour the boiling...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is one of two bagged teas I still buy on purpose. Similar to Foojoy Wuyi but even cheaper and tastier. I am sure it is rather one dimensional compared to loose but since I have never tried it...” Read full tasting note
  • “This tea is so decent for the price, and for being a bagged tea. It has a great smoky/malty flavor, and like K S said you can oversteep it and no problem. I once let a cup of this go an extra 6...” Read full tasting note
  • Thank you Starberry for sending me this sample! Mmmm… This is good. I wanted something smooth and simple at work and this tea did not disappoint! This is also my first time...” Read full tasting note

From Yamamotoyama

Oolong Tea is a tradtional Chinese tea praised by millions for centuries. Its refreshing flavor is most enjoyable after meals and drinks.

Brewing: For best flavor, steep 1-3 minutes or to desired taste.

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Most definitely my favorite bagged oolong; actually this tea is at the top of my list in general HAHA! I think it’s been summed up well by others: Solid and classic, incredibly forgiving, malty, smokey and smooth. In all honesty it’s a really basic tea but wow I could drink it forever. —MAN I’m running low on it and need to get more!

Boiling 8 min or more

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I love this oolong. It actually has one of the best taste of oolong teas I’ve had in the past for a reasonable price.

185 °F / 85 °C

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I like pairing teas with meals. Today, I got Chinese takeout for lunch and so brewed up a cup of oolong to go with it. I especially like how a nice clear tea makes you feel better after eating greasy food. I have a lot of random packs of bagged chinese and japanese tea, so maybe next time I’ll have a jasmine, or hoji-cha, or something else. =]

But to be noted, the second cup tastes pretty much like water.

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11 tasting notes

I haven’t had too many different types of oolong, but from what I have tried this is my absolute all-time favorite! It’s wonderful plain or with a bit of sugar and goes great with Chinese take-out.

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13 tasting notes

One of my favourite Oolongs (from a bag). It’s a smooth tea with something almost vanilla-y about it. It’s good hot or iced and has a wonderful aroma.

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