1992 TieGuanYin

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Dust, Honey, Mint, Molasses, Nuts, Plum, Spring Water, Sweet, Thin, Wood
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Average preparation
Boiling 1 min, 30 sec 5 g 7 oz / 200 ml

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  • “31 years old tea. Woody-sweet aroma. Dusty nuts taste and some molasses-honey-plum sweetness that lingers. Definitely cool in mouth. As far as old Chinese oolong go, I’d rather drink the funky...” Read full tasting note

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31 years old tea.

Woody-sweet aroma.

Dusty nuts taste and some molasses-honey-plum sweetness that lingers.

Definitely cool in mouth.

As far as old Chinese oolong go, I’d rather drink the funky stuff that tastes like soy sauce. This could be a Taiwanese tieguanyin, though.

Flavors: Dust, Honey, Mint, Molasses, Nuts, Plum, Spring Water, Sweet, Thin, Wood

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 30 sec 5 g 7 OZ / 200 ML
DrowningMySorrows

I can’t decide if soy sauce flavored tea sounds delicious or too weird for me. Maybe I’d be fine with it if it had an appropriate name and description so it wasn’t a Smoove Cocoa type surprise…expecting chocolate and getting weirdly oily mushroom soup is off-putting.

derk

‘Soy sauce’ teas are worth a try! Smoove Cocoa did feel like a bait and switch but that’s the nature of tastebuds and marketing. Just glad some people enjoyed it.

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