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  Chinese Oolong Tea
Flowery sweet aroma combined with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste, Chinese Oolong tea never loses its appeal no matter how often you drink it. Chinese Oolong tea increases your body energy, promotes metabolism, controls obesity and helps to regulate ageing.
 
  Chinese Oolong Tea
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    Huang Guan Yin
    (rating: 4.1 out of 5)
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    Great tea at a really nice price! Refreshing and tasteful!

    Martin (11/20/2013)
     
    A good tea of which several hours after the last cup the taste still lingers on. About 5g for my 140 ml pot gave me a good 4 infusions at 1, 1, 1.5 and 2 minutes respectively at water temperature of 95-90 C. Pleasant aroma stayed till the end, naturally becoming weaker with every infusion.

    Peter (3/13/2013)
     
    This one was okay. Itīs not very distinctive from other teas.

    Patrick (2/29/2012)
     
    I didnīt care for this oolong. Tastes too much like wood/stems and much cheaper teas I have had. Really easy to over brew, but not very interesting when you put in the effort toward brew time and water temp. What flavor there was didnīt last beyond second infusion. Maybe its just the style of tea I donīt like, but I am pretty disappointed in this selection.

    Jon (7/20/2011)
     
    We brought this for a second time! We good. we recommend it to anyone

    li (12/12/2010)
     
    So good i brought this again. VERY nice tea and worth saving. I HIGHLY recommend this tea.

    li (10/26/2010)
     
    A very cute smell. The smell makes your mood very happy and you feel warm. Its like having a best friend you cant be without.

    li (10/26/2010)
     
    The leaf smells flora, similar to Ti Kuan Yin, has a floral taste; one problem, weak taste.

    Daniel (1/16/2010)
     
    Lovely tea with a full body. Many floral notes, not unlike magnolias. Lasting haiguan.

    Shaun (1/6/2009)
     
    As recommended from the tea description, I start from less tea than other WuYi tea. The taste is very good. It tastes more like a lighter WuYi tea, very fruity and flowery. It reminds me of the Taiwan Baozhong tea I tried before.

    Wei (12/29/2008)
     
    The taste is ok but not so interesting to me..a little boring.

    Thomas (10/25/2008)
     
    This one is very much like Tie Guan Yin, though aroma is not that intensive and that is exactly what I like in it - smooth and gentle. Very pleasant sensations through all the body while you drink it and after.

    Olga (9/10/2008)
     
    i liked this tea... alot... but after a few weeks it lost its punch a little... first few infusions are good, but weakens quickly... it is a nice wu long overall and would buy again

    Robert (8/16/2008)
     
    I ordered more of this great tea. Again, very high value for the cost.

    Carl (8/6/2008)
     
    This is a good tasting tea. Not as good as jade (to me) but it is good to try nevertheless.

    Joseph (7/15/2008)
     
    This tea cannot rival the aroma, color, or taste of a good Tie Guan Yi but compares very favorably with a high mountain Taiwanese oolong. It is darker in color than the pale green of a Tie Guan Yi and once steeped, results in yellow liquor. The taste is bold with a bit of astringency. Perhaps cooler water is called for with this tea.

    Vuong (6/14/2008)
     
    A little bit like Tie Guan Yin, but more similar to Da Hong Pao. Quite pleasant.

    Eugene (3/16/2008)
     
    Forse mi aspettavo qualcosa in pių da questo tč e dalla sua presentazione. Il giudizio finale č soddisfacente.

    Andrea (3/12/2008)
     
    excellent tea, very floral, and a must for every green oolong drinker. somewhat similar to jade tie kuan yin in taste, but the liquor color is yellowish golden, the leaves once they unfulrl are very beautiful... a delicious tea

    Sergio (3/4/2008)
     
    Quite a tea! Initially warm, sweet and toasty with summer fruit overtones. Then slightly floral with a honeyed peach finish. The fruity/flowery flavour lingers throughout several infusions.

    Jeanna (Shen) (2/7/2008)
     
    One of my favourites!

    Armandas (9/1/2005)
     


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