Roasted Tsui Yu Oolong Tea

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Oolong Tea Leaves
Flavors
Brown Sugar, Caramel, Custard, Marzipan, Raisins
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
Iced 2 g 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “I think this is the first tea that I’ve almost exclusively cold steeped. I find that I actually prefer roasted oolongs this way. It brings out more of their sweetness and caramelized flavors and...” Read full tasting note
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From Eco-Cha Artisan Teas

Flavor: Rich, roasted aroma. Hearty, bold, smoky/nutty flavor. Toasty finish.

Garden: This artisan consistently achieves high ratings in virtually every Oolong Tea competition in Taiwan, including the largest Oolong Tea competition in the world. He works with a co-op of farmers that share knowledge and resources. A prime example of sustainable methods combined with expertise.

Harvest: Machine harvested, medium batch. Songboling, Taiwan. Spring 2020.

Elevation: 400m

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I think this is the first tea that I’ve almost exclusively cold steeped. I find that I actually prefer roasted oolongs this way. It brings out more of their sweetness and caramelized flavors and less of the roast.

For a budget tea, this one really impressed me with its depth of flavor. Elegant, brown sugar sweetness with notes of marzipan, raisin, and crème caramel. It’s fine hot steeped, but the roast is a little more assertive and loses its subtleties.

I tried the green version of this tea a few years ago and it was okay. The roasting takes it to a whole new level, unveiling real complexity and nuance.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Caramel, Custard, Marzipan, Raisins

Preparation
Iced 2 g 10 OZ / 295 ML
Daylon R Thomas

I do for some of them too. I have a lot of roasted oolong from the club I get rid of through cold brew.

LuckyMe

Cold brew is really a godsend for getting rid of less loved teas.

Leafhopper

I’ll have to try this with some of my “aged” roasted oolongs from the tea club.

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