Ali San Oolong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Cream, Green
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5 g 3 oz / 75 ml

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  • “Site keeps losing some of my tasting notes. Oh well. I am seldom in the mood for a greener oolong w/ lighter oxidation but today is almost leave your jacket at home weather. Brewed in small gaiwan....” Read full tasting note

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In visiting Ali San, you realize you are in southern Taiwan. The steep hills are covered with a mixture of tea plants and palm trees. Ali San was one of the first high mountain tea areas. It is treasured for its creamy flavor and citrus notes.

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Since 1983 Harney & Sons has been the source for fine teas. We travel the globe to find the best teas and accept only the exceptional. We put our years of experience to work to bring you the best Single-Estate teas, and blends beyond compare.

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Site keeps losing some of my tasting notes. Oh well.

I am seldom in the mood for a greener oolong w/ lighter oxidation but today is almost leave your jacket at home weather.

Brewed in small gaiwan. One rinse. Very green. Creamy. Fresh aromas despite dryyy air so do not forget to smell this between steeps. Fun to watch the leaves unfurl.

I usually prefer roasted oolongs, but this makes me feel calm, meditative, and ready for a mental spring cleaning.

Kill steeps of this are so good the next day that I have given up counting them.

Flavors: Cream, Green

Preparation
5 g 3 OZ / 75 ML
Kawaii433

ElleForest, I prefer roasted oolongs too. How long has was it when it first began losing taste notes? I have quite a bit of vacuum-packed green oolong and am concerned about that. Thanks in advance.

ElleForest

I meant a Steepster technical bug on the mobile browser that fails to registe submitted tasting notes, not the loss of desirable scents in old tea.

Kawaii433

Ah hehe ok :) Oooh doh, you said site. That sucks. >.< I saw loss of tasting notes and it must’ve stuck in my head because I’m so worried about my green oolongs, particularly my Theodor Milk oolong, I had to buy it in serious bulk so I didn’t have to pay for VAT and shipping. I probably should sell some bags of it lol. Thanks btw for responding.

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