Beautiful oolong. Deep oxidation. Large leaves. Rinse smells sweet and slightly floral. First infusion is a pretty pale amber with a rich honey and pitted fruit scent. The liqour is heavy and pleasing. Second infusion brings out a bit of the orchid tones as well, and the honey sweet carries through.

Finally, a few hours later, I do a third infusion over ice. This is really nice! Not even my usual 1/4 tsp of sugar needed.

Great tea, as usual gingko!

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