Wen Shan Pouchong

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Oolong Tea
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Oolong Tea Leaves
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  • “(2022 harvest) Unbelievably high pitched fragrance. Next level, really. Then the soup has incredible texture- silky, oily, and strong mineral quality. Almost electric buzz, with a zingy spice. Also...” Read full tasting note
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Wen Shan Pouchong or Baozhong is a very lightly oxidized oolong renowned for its rather heavenly floral aroma and taste. Grown in the Pinglin District of New Taipei, Taiwan, this tea gets its terroir from the beauty of the natural, slightly wild, environment of the area. Light bodied, it offers notes of lilac, gardenia, and soft hints of vanilla in early infusions. Later infusions reveal notes of sweet clover, lily-of-the-valley, and river rock minerals. An early spring harvest, its character lingers for many infusions due to the freshness of the leaves and quality of craftsmanship.

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(2022 harvest) Unbelievably high pitched fragrance. Next level, really. Then the soup has incredible texture- silky, oily, and strong mineral quality. Almost electric buzz, with a zingy spice. Also a pleasant cedar sauna note. Very green and fresh; usually I prefer the more roasted style of Taiwanese oolong, but this is exceptional.

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