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“Blue and White Porcelain” Alishan High Mountain Oolong Tea

#TodaysTea – Spring, 2018; var. Qingxin; Alishan, Taiwan; bud and two-three leaves; 1500 meters.

Infusion: 3g in 150ml for 20sec.@90-95deg. C
Dry leaf aroma: soft, pleasant, hints of pear, orchid, osmanthus;
Wet leaf aroma: sweet, floral aroma with hints of peach;
Liquor: pale yellow with no discernible aroma;
Mouthfeel: light, pleasant mouth feel, mild peppery sensation, mouth watering, with no “fish bones” [呲牙] in the throat.
Taste: sweet, floral, herbal, with a long lingering sweet finish.
Opinion: A very accessible, light, oolong style Chinese Tea.

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