Bai Rui Xiang

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Oolong Tea Leaves
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From Camellia Sinensis

Gently rolled leaves, darkened by roasting. The infusion releases comforting aromas of roasted nuts and ripe fruit. Its red tinged crystal liquor invades the mouth with floral and woody nuances. A well-balanced tea with lingering charm with great finesse.

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6097 tasting notes

Had this tea, which was kindly shared with me by Roswell Strange (thank you!), while trying a Montreal style bagel company called OKO Bagels. I don’t remember the tea distinctly since my head has seemingly been out to lunch today but I do know it paired nicely with both a sesame bagel with sundried tomato cream cheese and a cinnamon sugar bagel with Canadian Maple cream cheese. Pretty good brunch!

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11929 tasting notes

Gongfu from today, post work.

This is greener than the yancha I typically go for, but I enjoyed it a lot! The session was filled with palate coating heady floral notes, soft consistent astringency on the bed of the mouth but a thicker and syrupy liquor, juicy lychee and white grape notes w/ a greener vegetal undertone!! To be fair, I definitely was brewing really heavy handed so I think a lot of that astringency was pulled out by me, so flash steeps or lower water temp might not have drawn that out; but I also think it probably wouldn’t have tasted so juicy and fruity. So, worth the trade off in my opinion.

Truly was an oolong kinda day today…

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/B—x3xyg96P/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wUKGHPbn_k

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