Sunday, 25 November 2012

Quangzhou Milk Oolong- David's Tea.

Starting the last day of the Tea-0-thon  is  David's Tea's Quangzhou milk oolong.  when i opened the package i was met with a very aromatic orange creamcycyle like aroma.   here is what davids tea has to say about it:

This ultra rare Oolong From the Wuyi Mountains of China is velvety smooth and lightly creamy,  with a subtle hint of orchid.  

Amount:  5.2g in dayi gaiwan at 85c.  

First infusion: 1:30

Lactose and fruity  light and delicate but thick mouthfeel. 

Second infusion: 1m

Light creamy and slightly orange flavor 

Third infusion: 2m 

Still light in flavor but its moved a more oxidized fruitiness. 

Fourth infusion  3m

Fruity kinda peach flavor. 

Fifth infusion: 4 m

Still fruity peach flavor. 

Sixth Infusion: 5m 
Sweet but a hint of dryness  not as fruity 

7th infusion :7m 90c 
Slightly nutty flavor but its pretty much done.  

Final thoughts:  Very good tea  has a great aroma and is really fruity. thick mouthfeel and sweet.  no need for anything in this tea  its sweet and creamy  recommended for those trying to transition from flavored teas to straight teas.  

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