Forever Spring Oolong

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From Golden Tea Leaf Co.

Forever Spring Oolong. Grown on the hills of Nantou, Taiwan, Forever Spring Oolong is available year round. The taste of this Oolong is bright, fragrant and floral. With a slight hint of sweet fruit. This is a medium roasted Oolong tea. An easy drinking tea capable of 5 multiple brews.

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Sipdown! I tried this less than a week ago, and I am again today…only I really upped the grammage and did short steeps.

I’m so glad I did. This tea has some really sugary florals. The aroma reminded me of snicker doodles oddly enough. The taste also had a little bit of a cookie quality hidden the flower stems I got. Sugarcane is the word I’m thinking of. The florals themselves are also very bright, and come close to mostly to hyacinth, then maybe lilac, orange blossom, and something else but I am not sure. It’s a little bit fruity, but barely. That’s why I would pick orange blossom to describe it. Hyacinth dominated overall. The majority of the Golden Tea Leaf Oolongs have the same hyacinth note, though some others shift in quality towards lilac and others towards honeysuckle, jasmine, and gardenia. The Ali Mountain had the lilac folded into its thick and flat milky body for example.

In short, this was a light sweet and floral stemmy tea. I brewed 6 oz using 4-5 g (I really did not pay attention-the bottom of the steeper was covered two layers over) beginning with 30 sec, 20, 15, 25, 30, 45, 50, and so on to longer minutes in the later steeps. I brewed by scent and it worked out for me.

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