Shui Xian Heavy Roast

Tea type
Oolong Tea
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Flavors
Caramel, Graham, Honey
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  • “This is an excelent tea. Not as fragrant as the less roasted offering, but steeps far longer and deeper. There is a viscous honey quality to thistea and a hui gan that lasts formearly an hour. This...” Read full tasting note

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This is an excelent tea. Not as fragrant as the less roasted offering, but steeps far longer and deeper. There is a viscous honey quality to thistea and a hui gan that lasts formearly an hour. This is a perfect tea to share with new drinkers. Delicious and well priced. The complexity and hui gan at this price point puts many, many, competitors to shame. Sharp enough to hold up to grandpa style but not sharp enough that it’s the best candidate either. This is a tea you can buy tons of. The bang for your buck is outrageous, imo.

Flavors: Caramel, Graham, Honey

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