Taiwan Milk Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Caffeine
Medium
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This Milk oolong tea is also called Nai Xiang Jin Xuan tea because it is made from Jin Xuan tea, and Nai Xiang is directly translated from the Chinese for “milk aroma”.
Jin Xuan tea has a natural milk aroma and taste, and milk flavour is also added to Jin Xuan tea. Therefore, Milk oolong has quite a strong milky aroma and taste. This premium tea has a delightful creamy fragrance and a light milky quality. Good for several infusions.

Harvest: 2015 November
Tea Origin: Nantou county, Taiwan
Preparation
Regular steeping (8 oz cup): 1.5 teaspoons (4 grams) of tea, 82-87 °C (180–190 °F) water temperature, 2-3 min. (Recommended to rinse the tea in your mug for 2-4 seconds before first steeping.) Re-steep 2-3 additional times.
Gaiwan steeping (in a gaiwan or small teapot under 6 oz): 2 teaspoons (4.5 grams) of tea. 82-87 °C (180-190 °F) water temperature, 2.5 min. first infusion, 2.5 min. second infusion, 3 in third infusion. (Recommended to rinse the tea in your mug for 2-4 seconds before first steeping. Re-steep 4-5 additional times.)

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If you read my note here before you could probably guess I was sick and couldn’t taste anything correctly. My apologies to Zen Tea because this is a great tea. I’m a little disappointed that they had to add milk flavor to it but of all the Milk Oolong I’ve tasted thus far only one has been a true milk oolong. This one is by far my favorite in the flavor added category. It’s rick and smooth. Milky, of course and I detect flavors of melon too! It’s light and leaves a good feeling on your tongue. The dry and wet smell are also amazing.

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