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Prepacked tea samples/session samples (approx 7g) of unknown contents – from my coworker Helen.

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Gongfu…

This tea sample was a gift from a coworker who shared several mystery teas from China with me a while back; they’re in the vacuum sealed bags that a log of single portion tea samples often seem to come in and there’s no English on the packaging so figuring out what each tea is can be a little bit of a mystery. Some of them do have illustrations though, and that’s how I knew this was an oolong tea.

After opening it up, this feels like it might be something like a greener Ti Kuan Yin but it’s hard to know for sure. I enjoyed drinking a session of it though; the tea had a bit of a “radioactive green” kind of quality and some sharpness/roughness around the edges but also some really good buttery notes with a little bit of a toasty roasted nut finish that made the session pretty good overall. After getting through the first few more nuclear green infusions it was mostly smooth sailing from there…

Obviously not a phenomenal tea, but I feel like for this type of mystery tea sample this was a good an experience as you can rationally except.

Photos: https://www.instagram.com/p/B_vJ-knAEy6/

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qNzEHYib_U&t=29s

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