What are your fav Oolongs?

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Dec 18th, '10, 15:34
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Re: What are your fav Oolongs?

by rhondabee » Dec 18th, '10, 15:34

Taiwanese high mountain oolong is my favorite. I love it for its beautiful scent and taste. It can smell/taste flowery, buttery/savory & fruity all at once.

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Re: What are your fav Oolongs?

by nickE » Dec 18th, '10, 15:36

I seem to mirror Ed's choices as well. :mrgreen:

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Re: What are your fav Oolongs?

by Alex » Dec 19th, '10, 09:13

rhondabee wrote:Taiwanese high mountain oolong is my favorite. I love it for its beautiful scent and taste. It can smell/taste flowery, buttery/savory & fruity all at once.

Yeah I'm all over that at the mo. Haven't drunk much yancha at all recently. My tastes change and go round in circles all the time.

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Re: What are your fav Oolongs?

by Referee » Dec 21st, '10, 04:26

At the moment Wuyi Rou Gui, which tops my last charge of original Da Hong Pao. And Zhulu Oolong, a high mountain Oolong from Alishan area. :)

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