San Lin Xi, Winter 2015

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Oolong Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Ben Marcus-Willers (馬維彬)
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  • “Yesterday I came home and had a headache so I took about 10g of this and dropped it in my kyusu. This is not normal for me… 10g is a lot of loose leaf to use at once. I steeped this five times and...” Read full tasting note

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Yesterday I came home and had a headache so I took about 10g of this and dropped it in my kyusu. This is not normal for me… 10g is a lot of loose leaf to use at once.

I steeped this five times and had really strong and thick liquid. Really enjoyable, but I can’t make a remark on the tea for what it should taste like when correctly brewed.

In general: San Lin Xi is some of my favorite anyways because TU sold me all that 89 and it’s lovely :)

Daylon R Thomas

I can’t wait to try the Shan Lin Xi from Eco-Cha that LuckyMe is sending me. Can’t get enough of that Green Oolong varietal. If San and Shan are the same thing, different spelling.

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