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Táiwān Jīnxūan Gāoshān Chá, 臺灣金萱高山茶, Taiwan Jin Xuan High Mountain Tea

Táiwān Jīnxūan Gāoshān Chá, 臺灣金萱高山茶, Taiwan Jin Xuan High Mountain Tea; Spring, 2020; var. Jinxuan #12, Milk Oolong; Alishan, Taiwan; 1 bud 2 leaves, light roast (naixiang) oolong process; 1400m; #TodaysTea#今天的茶#JīnTiāndeChá.

Infusion: 3-4g in 200ml for 2-3min.@90-100deg. C

Dry Leaf Aroma: subtle, herbaceous, hints of apricot and sweet melon;
Wet Leaf Aroma: butter and mildly floral;
Liquor: pale yellow colour with faint almond, nutty aroma;
Mouthfeel: smooth, viscous, creamy, mildly stimulating, peppery, with a sweet and mildly bitter finish;
Taste: floral, mildly herby, hints of orchid, with a refreshing aftertaste and minerality on the tip of the tongue;

Opinion: I believe this is an unscented, milk oolong, its aroma and flavor is more muted that precious milk oolongs that I’ve sampled. For that it is a much more refined and pleasant tea to drink.

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