Description of Tea
The dry leaves are dark, long and twisted, with hints of silver and golden tips. The aroma is woody and toasty, with a hint of spice.
Infused Tea/Unique Characteristics
When infused, the leaves yield moderately full bodied, golden – brownish liquor, that has a natural roasted and smoky characteristic. The top clean notes, along with creamy taste, lightly citrus-tinged sweet undertone, provide a rich mouth-feel and a lovely bittersweet after-taste.
One pyramid bag was infused in 230 ml, pre-boiled water (90-95 C), for 3 minutes. When steeped four times, the infusion felt thick in the mouth and developed in it’s flavor. It’s a fine oolong and tastes more rich without loosing presence of it’s key personalities and color.
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Award – North American Tea Championship, Oolong Tea Category
Rating – 4.1/5