Premium AA Da Hong Pao Wu Yi Shan Rock Oolong tea

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Oolong Tea
Oolong Tea Leaves
Floral, Grapes, Honey, Raisins, Roasted, Stonefruits, Sugarcane, White Wine, Champagne, Chocolate, Nuts, Nutty, Peanut, Roasted nuts, Seaweed, Spicy, Sweet, Toasty, Vegetal, Mineral, Peach
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200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 6 g 19 oz / 563 ml

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From Yunnan Sourcing

A higher grade Da Hong Pao than our previous offerings, this lightly oxidized Da Hong Pao brews a thick golden color tea soup with incredible aroma and textured sweetness.

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Great Da Hong Pao
YS Paos are really worth every penny

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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Wow! Right off the bat, this is a great tea. The rinse smells very good, with a sort of roasty/stonefruit aroma, which also comes in the flavor of the first steep. The strongest flavors I notice are similar to slightly overripe grapes or white wine. Probably thanks to the dryness, those flavors last in the mouth long after sipping. It brews strong for many steeps and doesn’t change a lot, which is fine because it’s very good. The dry cup aroma is dominated by a honey/honeysuckle or sugarcane aroma, which also sometimes creeps into the flavor. There is a slight cooling effect in the mouth. A very good tea at a great value, so I highly recommend it.

Flavors: Floral, Grapes, Honey, Raisins, Roasted, Stonefruits, Sugarcane, White Wine

200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 15 sec 9 g 4 OZ / 120 ML

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Premium AA Da Hong Pao Wu Yi Shan Rock Oolong Tea by yunnan sourcing.


Gongfucha; clay teapot.

Dry leaf: sweet, Spices, toasty, roasted nuts, chocolate.

Wet leaf: sweet, seaweed, chocolate, raisins, grapes. Roasted nuts, peanuts, vegetal.

Light steep; I smell/taste:
(smell) slight —> peanuts, grapes, wine (?).
(Taste) slight -→ vegetal, peanuts, roasted nuts, metallic(?), sweet, chocolate, sweet, seaweed.

Medium steep; I smell/taste:
(Smell) light —> vegetal, floral, grapes, wine(?), peanuts.
(Taste) light -→ grapes, floral, vegetal, wine(red?), peanuts, roasted, roasted nuts(?), cashews(?).

Heavy steep; I smell/taste:
(Smell) slight —> grapes, wine(white), peanuts.
(Taste) medium -→ peanuts, seaweed, roasted, cashews(?), roasted nuts, grapes. Wine(white), champaign(?).

All in all a yummy tea! Nice flavour, aroma, and cha qi. I rate a 95/100.

this tea is hard to over-brew and very clean!

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Flavors: Champagne, Chocolate, Floral, Grapes, Nuts, Nutty, Peanut, Raisins, Roasted, Roasted nuts, Seaweed, Spicy, Sweet, Toasty, Vegetal, White Wine

195 °F / 90 °C 7 g 4 OZ / 130 ML

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light amber colour with aromas of celery, wood, peaches, raspberries, coffee and wet rock.
mostly follows through with similar taste profile. took a little coaxing to get out, but perhaps my leaf:water ratio wasn’t very high. i didn’t weigh
anyway, i’m enjoying this this evening, and one of these days shall compare to the non-premium da hong pao from yunnansourcing

205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec
Super Starling!

I read “wet rock” as “pet rock,” and for a moment I thought you had tried to groom a pet rock in your childhood like a cat. I had an entire backstory about why you would know what a pet rock tasted like. Then I read “wet rock” and it made more sense.
What’s the ideal leaf:water ratio on this kind of tea?


I’m not very precise when drinking tea, so really not in a position to comment on any ideal ratio. My gaiwan holds approximately 150ml and i will typically use between 3-5g of dry leaf. I just eyeball it usually; sometimes it’s not enough, and sometimes it’s too much.

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This one helped me calm down and recover the lao ban zhang puer. It has a warm, calming nature that seems to be typical of da hong pao.
Nice clear broth with good flavor. Well rounded with no smoke, dry mouth, or roughness of any kind. Again very pleasant on the body and mind. I could drink this often. There is a bright crystalline quality to the brew.
Flavor is hard to describe…almost peachy.
I used a gaiwan. Will try yi xing pot next time it seems to add depth and texture for roasted oolongs.

Flavors: Mineral, Peach, Roasted, Sweet

3 g 80 OZ / 2365 ML

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