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Roanji (TTES #17) Oolong Tea #AAA (Burma, 2200m)

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Harvest time: spring 2016

Burmese Oolong Tea №17 (Roanji, Ruan Zhiu) #AAA, 2200m

Growing Region: Myanmar (Burma), 2200 meters. Hand-picked high mountain oolong.

Appearance: Lightly roasted, lightly fermented, hemisphere-shaped. Look at the photos - the leaves are irreproachably rolled. Steeped tea is also worth admiring.

Taste and Aroma: Dry leaves aroma is intense. Flavor is sweet and floral with savour of berries. It becomes more intense in the warmed gaiwan. Rinsed tea aroma has notes of raspberry and apples and thus reminds me of Da Yu Ling oolong from Taiwan.

The liquor possessed a light, subtle foreground taste, caramel and floral in flavour. The tea reveals wide taste spectrum in foreground, here is creamy floral-berry wave with tones of safflower and chrysanthemum. By the fourth-fifth brew sugar sweetness appears on the back of the tongue. Caramel taste becomes stronger and you start to feel mellow milk flavour.

Probably, there is no need to say that this oolong confidently holds seven steepings, then I usually stop do not check. But it is certainly worth mentioning how beautiful changing the tea taste from first to subsequent infusions, delighting with new tones. Steeped leaves smells raspberry caramel and apples.

There are more sweet oolong teas in our tea-shop but the tea with such a deep taste is quite a rarity. Let me save your time and recommend you two more oolongs of the same strength from my collection: Si Ji Chun Oolong Tea #AAA and Roanji Oolong Tea No.17 #AA

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