Japanese Hojicha Milk Bread

Tea type
Green Oolong Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Butter, Coconut, Cream, Oily, Rich, Silky, Smooth, Thick, Toasty
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Caffeine
Low
Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “So I’d been eyeing this one since it came out, and in my last Deb order I finally broke down and ordered a 75g bag. I usually only order her 25g size, but she doesn’t offer that size in oolongs...” Read full tasting note
  • “Geek Steep S2E29 – Weird Al When we were picking our three songs for this episode, the one I was most set on choosing was Amish Paradise. It has what is probably the best opening line of ANY Weird...” Read full tasting note
  • “Preparation: Western with oatmilk Tasting Note: Didn’t drink a lot of the tea without the oatly. With oatly (oatmilk) it reminded me of a rye bread sort of. It had a roasty toasty spiced notes and...” Read full tasting note
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Cakes, cookies, pies, puffs and…bread! A Japanese & Asian Patisserie isn’t complete without pans and loaves of the iconic soft, pillowy milk bread that is a bakery staple, just waiting to be torn apart and devoured for breakfast and afternoon teatime! The heady aroma and sweet, creamy taste of milk oolong is blended with warm and roasty hojicha, coconut, and maple for a cuppa creamy comfort at its finest! Can anything smell and taste more luxurious?!

Certified Organic Ingredients: Milk Oolong, Natural Cream Flavour, Roasted Green Tea*, Canadian Maple*, Coconut*, Calendula Petals* (* = certified organic)

Handcrafted in Toronto, Canada.

Steeping instructions: 2 tea spoons at 205F for 5-6 mins enjoy me with milk/as a latte!

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So I’d been eyeing this one since it came out, and in my last Deb order I finally broke down and ordered a 75g bag. I usually only order her 25g size, but she doesn’t offer that size in oolongs for some reason.

Welp, I guess it’s been a while since I’ve had a flavored milk oolong, because I was not prepared. The cream flavoring here is so strong and over the top, it almost turns my stomach a bit. Very heavy and rich whipping cream sort of notes, or as Kelly (Roswell Strange) said, churned butter. Yeah, that’s pretty much spot on. I barely taste the hojicha to be honest, but I do pick up on some of those toasty notes in the finish.

So yeah, this one is going into the rehoming box. Maybe in the future I’ll try to recreate a similar tea with unflavored milk oolong though… ;)

Flavors: Butter, Coconut, Cream, Oily, Rich, Silky, Smooth, Thick, Toasty

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec 4 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Todd

Ah too bad, the name of it sounds really nice.

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Geek Steep S2E29 – Weird Al

When we were picking our three songs for this episode, the one I was most set on choosing was Amish Paradise. It has what is probably the best opening line of ANY Weird Al Song.

As I walk through the valley where I harvest my grain, I take a look at my wife and realize she’s very plain.

I also knew exactly what tea I was going to pick and why. The only option in my mind was to drink something that tasted like churned butter, which is exactly what this tea reminds me of. It’s a little toasty but mostly just tastes like it’s slathered in butter. I though it was so fitting, and also so hilarious with the context of the song.

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOfZLb33uCg

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Preparation: Western with oatmilk
Tasting Note: Didn’t drink a lot of the tea without the oatly. With oatly (oatmilk) it reminded me of a rye bread sort of. It had a roasty toasty spiced notes and was interesting. To be steeped again for more detail or maybe just more certainty.

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