Osmanthus Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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Located on the south bank of the Yangtze River, the Hunan Province is the place of origin for this impressive oolong that has been deftly scented with sweet osmanthus flowers that blossom in the ancient Phoenix town region. The unique “heat-infusing” process bakes the oolong leaves with fresh osmanthus flowers resulting in a light, sweet flavor with hints of apricots and a smooth finish.

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This is my first osmanthus tea. The first time I had it I was expecting a heavy floral flavor like jasmine or rose, but this just has a subtle aroma. It brews up to light yellow green and the small hard pellets unfurl into mostly complete leaves with serrated edges intact. It makes me wish I had some glass brewing vessels.
The tea itself is smooth, silky, and aromatic. There’s a bit of dryness at the end especially noticeable after multiple infusions but nothing unpleasant. I’m rather suprised each time I drink it how enjoyable it is since it’s more delicate than most of my favorite teas.

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