Had over four infusions with my gaiwan after having a Pearl’s Deluxe Burger. Boy did it help.
“Had over four infusions with my gaiwan after having a Pearl’s Deluxe Burger. Boy did it help.” Read full tasting note
“This is a very satisfying cup of Oolong, smooth with a rich color. Loved it.” Read full tasting note
“I drink this tea because I love the way it tastes and don’t really consider the “weight loss” properties. It is full bodied, yummy and toasty. Lots of depth. One of my favorite teas, but I really...” Read full tasting note
“This really is toasty. And I didn’t even know what toasty tasted like. It’s also roasty, like you are sitting by a fire no matter where you are.” Read full tasting note
This rare and beautiful oolong from the Wuyi Mountains in the Fuijan Province, China, consists of medium oxidized, unrolled amber brown leaf with greenish highlights.
A sophisticated dark amber liquor reveals hints of raisins and toasted almonds. Medium roast. Layered, complex with toasty stone fruit notes and a hearty finish.
Also known as wu-long – the real thing!
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I drink this tea because I love the way it tastes and don’t really consider the “weight loss” properties. It is full bodied, yummy and toasty. Lots of depth. One of my favorite teas, but I really like a substantial dark tea for the “winter” (I live in Texas) especially. Drink this several times a week. Organic a plus.
Tasted at Radio Coffee & Beer in Austin, TX.
I’ve been enjoying this tea quite a bit. Very smooth and satisfying. We resteeped this tea 3 times the other night and were very happy with the consistent flavor.
The only thing I don’t like is that the leaves are not full, they’re broken up into halves and quarts which causes smaller bits and pieces to break up and I have a layer of sediment that makes it through the strainer.
Flavors: Autumn Leaf Pile, Bark, Toasty