7 Oolong Blend

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Oolong, Oolong Tea, Oolong Tea Leaves
Flavors
Floral, Roasted, Salt, Smooth, Spinach, Vegetal, Creamy, Grass, Orchid, Osmanthus, Sweet
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Caffeine
Not available
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Edit tea info Last updated by Daylon R Thomas
Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 1 min, 30 sec 6 g 6 oz / 168 ml

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  • “An interesting tea that I guess I haven’t logged before. I didn’t buy this one specifically, but received it in lieu of a different tea I’d ordered, that was out of stock. Due to the size of rolled...” Read full tasting note
    77
  • “I have drank this the last few days and have finished the bag. I have to say that this tastes better than I remember it. Not that it was bad before but I don’t remember it being quite as smooth and...” Read full tasting note
    85
  • “I tried 7 Oolong Blend again today, and as with any mixture of different tea leave varieties, this one changes from day to day depending on the leaves I get. There was more osmanthus , roasted...” Read full tasting note
    90

From Liquid Proust Teas

Ingredients: charcoal roasted oolong, osmanthus oolong , tiguanyin (2), tung ding oolong, dong ding, lishan oolong
Liquid Proust Teas suggest to steep this tea for two minutes with water at 185f. However, it is strongly advised to have fun and try your own steeping parameters as well :)

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An interesting tea that I guess I haven’t logged before. I didn’t buy this one specifically, but received it in lieu of a different tea I’d ordered, that was out of stock.

Due to the size of rolled oolong balls, this tea is a bit of a different experience each time (especially when brewing by the cup), which is kind of neat. Today, it’s obviously leaning towards the creamy and floral green side of things, which is a refreshing change from what I’ve mostly been drinking lately. I believe I’ve had a few less-than-stellar cups, but it’s a bit of a fun idea. Perhaps something one could do with the remnants of sample baggies? Although these 7 oolongs may very well have been carefully selected to complement each other, in which case all one would end up with would be a muddled mess. Hard to say!

In other news, I have been absolutely wiped the past few days. I slept much of Saturday, and a decent portion Sunday, and I’m currently counting the seconds until I can put the baby down for his second nap, at which time I’m going to try and have a nap myself. (He probably won’t cooperate, though – whenever I am in need of a nap, he decides he doesn’t need one.) Not fun. I’m trying to work on eating somewhat better, but am not really restricting calories, just taking them to an appropriate level and trying to make more nutritious food choices, so you’d think if anything, I should be feeling better….

tea-sipper

Hope you can find some sleep.

Kittenna

Thanks – I felt much better today, but now the baby is feverish and sick :(

tea-sipper

Oh no! Hopefully the baby gets better quickly. :/

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I have drank this the last few days and have finished the bag. I have to say that this tastes better than I remember it. Not that it was bad before but I don’t remember it being quite as smooth and flavorful.

I kept expecting this to go bitter considering the last two sessions I have really overleafed it but no. Smooth as ever. Smoother than I had any business asking it to be. The early steeps showed a more floral note while some of the roasted qualities came out to play in the 3rd or 4th steeps.

Maybe my palate is more refined now but I have been digging this tea this week. Rating bump.

Flavors: Floral, Roasted

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 0 min, 30 sec 7 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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I tried 7 Oolong Blend again today, and as with any mixture of different tea leave varieties, this one changes from day to day depending on the leaves I get. There was more osmanthus , roasted oolong, and Tie Guan Yin in this one making it significantly more floral and sweeter. The Li Shan’s and Dong Ding were there, but not nearly as prominent as TGY and a part of me preferred the TGY dominance.

This happy accident was also creamy, and so floral that it resembled the earlier steeps of Rivendell with no vanilla ingredients, but a certain vanilla note. That is an achievement in itself since very few teas can compare to Rivendell. Every steep was full bodied, and the tea was only grassy in the later steeps. I’m currently on steep six, and it’s still really good. Now, I don’t need to reminisce about Creamed Osmanthus or Rivendell anymore.

Flavors: Creamy, Floral, Grass, Orchid, Osmanthus, Sweet

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
Liquid Proust

There is positive and negative with weird blends such as thing, that being consistency which you mentioned. As long as each time isn’t a regrettable drink then I’d say it works :)

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