drank Dahongpao Oolong Tea by White2Tea
90 tasting notes

Oh boy, this is yummy! Huge roasted leaves, the roast is strong when I opened the pouch. It is definitely not machine roasted, at least not entirely if at all, because it doesn’t have that fake roasted taste I so despise in roasted oolong. I can taste a charcoal here.

The photo on White2Tea shows a yellow soup, but mine is reddish brown. But I brewed it in a zhu ni clay tea pot I use for oolong, maybe the pot added color. Deep spiced fruit, sort of like spiced red apples and nuts. The weather has been cool here so this is a pleasant cup. Or cups, if you will. Got a good six steeps out of 5 grams in 100 ml before the flavor started to fade. Giving it a little rest, might steep it once or twice more before I head off to bed.

Flavors: Apple, Roasted, Spices

Boiling 1 min, 15 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

Sounds like it would be a lovely autumn tea!

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Sounds like it would be a lovely autumn tea!

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