Eco-Cha Tea Club #42 Charcoal Roasted High Altitude Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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Apricot, Roasted, Roasted nuts, Smoke, Toffee, Wood
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I have to say roasted oolongs are fantastic on rainy days.

- Dry, the tea smells to me of dark chocolate with fruit?
- First cup (okay, really more of a rinse) has a really light texture and dark, toasty flavor. It’s an interesting contrast.
- A couple cups in, the tea still feels really light and creamy but is pretty smoky and woodsy. I’m not a big fan of smoke + tea, but this is fairly mild. Tiny campfire in the woods, not a giant bonfire. Underneath the roast there’s a little sweetness I can’t quite place. Is it toffee? Is it apricot? I’ll have to think about it a bit more.
- The longer I drink it the more the smokiness mellows. The last cups I drank felt a bit more nutty and desert-like than at the start. Reminds me a lot of the Dong Ding Cui Yu oolong from a couple months ago, only more roasted.

It’s really a nice warm tea when it’s gloomy out. And could certainly last for several more cups.

Flavors: Apricot, Roasted, Roasted nuts, Smoke, Toffee, Wood

derk

Yeah, I’ve been enjoying some roasted Wuyi oolong with our hopefully last rainy week of the season.

Dustrose

The rain can stay as far as I’m concerned, the only things I don’t dread about summer are summer vegetables. I’m realizing that outside of a couple Eco-cha teas I don’t seem to have much roasted anything these days. I’ve had pretty good luck with Wuyi oolongs, helped by the fact my inner geology nerd is a fan of anything that reminds me of rocks. Perhaps I should stock up on more.

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