Green Dragon Oolong

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Floral, Green
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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This fine Tung Ting style oolong is medium-bodied and silky with sweet, fruity notes, and a lingering aftertaste.

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14 tasting notes

Decent Tea.

Light floral hints that disappear on your tongue and turn into more green hints, though the smell is QUITE floral. Almost like a died down version of Jasmine Pearls.

Not too impressed, and the cooler it gets the more floral it gets. (not a fan of the floral taste)

The Green/Oolong mix is always up for grabs, and I feel that this one should have had more Green in the mix.

Oh well, I won’t give up on it just yet. . . .although, argh, first cup..blah-

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149 tasting notes

An alright lightly oxidized oolong. Don’t really carry too much distinction, but wasn’t bad! Mediocre.

185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 30 sec

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101 tasting notes

I had this as a part of a sample day sampler and walked out with two oz of it. Going in there I definately did not expect to be walking out of there with such a green oolong, but it had such a super silky mouthfeel I had to take some home. It’s very fragrent and floral with a bit of green tea bitterness.
I’m also shocked by the number of resteeps I’m getting out of this. It’s like enough that I’ve lost count. Not bad for a green.

Flavors: Floral, Green

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2 tasting notes

No so bad but not so delicious either. It does not have a distinct taste, just a clear tea. Looks very light.

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108 tasting notes

The label on the package describes this as a “fine Tung Ting style oolong…medium-bodied and silky with sweet, fruity notes, and a lingering aftertaste.” It’s definitely on the green side of oolong, and really is quite pleasant—at least on first steeping, with a bit of the mineral note often found in oolongs. It’s a middling tea, one I’ll enjoy while I have it but not one I’m likely to reorder.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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