drank Wuyi Oolong by Wegmans
521 tasting notes

I bought this only to season up my roasted oolong yixing. This is a very basic tea. I do not find it horrible, but it doesn’t stand out in anyway. The tea leaves are large but very flaky. They vary from a smoky black to deep crimson. The flavor is somewhat bland. It has a smooth smoke taste with a slight dark fruit tone. The wet leaves have a burnt sugar and slight charcoal scent. I picked this up for a great price, and I will still probably buy this again. This could serve as nice “everyday oolong” if there is such a thing.

Flavors: Burnt Sugar, Smoke, Wet Rocks

Boiling 1 min, 15 sec 9 g 250 OZ / 7393 ML

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