Wuyi Oolong

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Long, beautiful leaves unwind and unfurl when steeped to release a smooth, rich flavor. A wonderful choice for educating the palate to the time-tested taste profiles that make our Wuyi Mountain Oolong tea so unique and refreshing. Our Wuyi Oolong is 60-80% oxidized, and steeps a deep golden hue with crisp and earthy tones and a slightly peppery finish.

1 tsp/cup 96°C 3 – 5 Minutes

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Adventaggedon Day 15: Tea 8/8

Gongfu – and holy fuck y’all did I need this tea today!

After the unfortunately miserable gongfu session from yesterday when I was feeling unwell this was a miraculous rebound. It completely made me day seeing a yancha in the assortment and I happily seized the opportunity to have a very long, proper bit of gongfu over my lunch break today!

As I know I’ve mentioned before, I just love oolong teas that taste like you’re licking rocks – and this is one where I felt like I was licking soooo many rocks! It started off with a nice deep roasted note and surface level charred nuts/grains element before becoming this more complex and beautiful mineral rich infusion with hints of allspice, nutmeg, and more woody/barky cinnamon. Later steeps picked up a little bit of a dense brandied fruit/plum-y kind of undertone and a little bit of dill in the finish but overall it was just a really robust medley of the right roasty earthy mineral flavours to make my palate sing!

Song Pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXd8bIHaQ_o&ab_channel=BenPlatt

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