Coconut Oolong No. 29 (Formerly Coconut Pouchong)

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
Natural Coconut Flavor, Oolong Tea
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Caffeine
Medium
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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A heavenly aroma, light and delicious coconuty flavor, and velvety smooth texture have earned this Coconut Oolong the honor of being our most popular tea. Originally named Coconut Pouchong, this loose leaf oolong starts off as the lightly fermented Bao Zhong and is then infused slowly with young coconut nectar. The result is a golden brew that has one of the most joyfully intense flavors. Infuse this rare coconut oolong 2-3 times (making this a great value!). Caffeinated. Sourced from Taiwan.

Named a 1st place winner at Oregon’s first State Tea Competition!

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Oh how I LOVE this…I can’t believe I am parting with the lil bit I have left…

Azzrian

Coconut Pouchongs are always AMAZING I have yet to try one I do not like!

TeaEqualsBliss

I feel the same way :)

Azzrian

its interesting to me as well as coconut is not (IMO) an easy flavor to “get right” in teas. Maybe it is the pouchong that makes it so perfect!

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Yum! This is absolutely perfect with my Dim Sum!

Light and deliciously coconut-y!

Will write more about this later for SororiTea Sisters blog, but right now, I’m enjoying lunch! cheers!

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185 °F / 85 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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The aroma of this oolong is absolutely heavenly – obviously coconut in its dry form, but delicate when steeped. It leaves a little bit of an oily taste in the mouth from the nectar after the first steeping, but not in subsequent steeps. While the bouquet is pleasing and the golden color pretty, I’m actually a little disappointed in the flavor, having been perhaps spoiled by a slightly sweeter coconut oolong from Townshend’s Tea. Still, as a lightly flavored coconut tea, it’s something I can drink a lot of without getting overwhelmed by the tropical aspect. I’ve heard it makes an amazing kombucha, so I’m looking forward to trying their brew sometime.

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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