Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea--- Cinnamon Flower

Famous Wuyi rock tea with Incomparable strong aroma

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$18.99
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Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea--- Cinnamon Flower

Famous Wuyi rock tea with Incomparable strong aroma

7
$18.99
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  • Description:

    The beauty of Chinese teas lies in the ability to mimic thousands of flavors and scent. Cinnamon Flower is the authentic Wuyi rock tea from Fujian province, able to satisfy the tea drinking needs of all cinnamon lovers. A touch of Chinese cinnamon, a touch of spiciness, a touch of flowers, and a touch of minerals result in the incredibly aromatic tea with deep orange color and mellow flavor.

    Special growing eviroment and making process makes this wuyi Oolong tea Contains amino acids that help to dissolve fat.

    Short description:

    Wuyi Rou Gui tea with unique mineral, cinnamon and flowery flavor

    Tea Profile: 

    Leaf:  Big and wide dark brown leaves
    Liquor:  Deep orange
    Aroma:  Mild, but deep cassia scent
    Taste:  Mellow with mineral and light cinnamon and flowery notes

    Don't drink oolong tea for 6 hours before bed time

    Brewing:

    4 grams of loose leaf tea in 300ml of 90℃ water for 1 minute. Re-steep 4-6 times.

     

    Average milligrams of caffeine per serving

    Tea with lowest caffeine - White tea, almost like decaf tea

    Tea with less caffeine - Yellow tea, caffeine content higher than that of white tea

    Green tea caffeine content - Half of Black tea caffeine content

    Oolong tea caffeine content is similar with black tea caffeine content.

    Tea with most caffeine - Pu’erh tea is High caffeine tea, contains caffeine a bit less than coffee

    Origin

    Altitude Location

    Average temp

    Harvest Time
    717meters E118°03′N27°77′ 19.7°C  Spring

     

    Wuyi mountain

    Wuyi Mountain is famous for its astonishing landscape, and its variety kinds world famous teas, such as Lapsang souchong and Da hong pao. The soil condition, sun light duration, water reservation and excellent air condition, build a great place for tea trees to grow.

    Oolong tea Making Process

    Thousands years of history, delicate & artistic handmade

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    04/18/2018

    Outstanding tea for a Rou Gui varietal

    Outstanding tea for a Rou Gui varietal. It has a very strong presence: a classic Wuyi Yancha, with a strong Yanyun at the beginning and finaly with an frutal (peach _ Apple) aftertaste.

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    03/16/2018

    Nice whole dark leaves with a fruity aroma

    Nice whole dark leaves with a fruity aroma. Brews a light orange. Prominent fruit flavor like ripe melons, cinnamon spicyness, and notes of baked bread, mineral water, and dry wood.

    02/10/2018

    The dry leaves smell amazing

    The dry leaves smell amazing �� a perfectly balanced roast. Very full bodied with strong cacao notes. The flavor is very complex with the typical minerality as its base. Love the mouthfeel, super thick and oily and leaves a mouth watering menthol flavor all over the palate.

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    01/29/2018
    OLEG.K

    Super aroma

    Super strong, long lasting aroma this tea has! I like it, but my friend doesn't, he said it was to smoky and harsh for him. Well, it is one really outstanding tea, people gonna love it or hate it.

    C
    01/19/2018
    Camila.D

    Strong roast flavor

    Very dark leaves with and obvious roasted aroma. Brews a deep red orange. The dark roast dominates the flavor profile, reminding me a bit of bitter Espresso, But this one is not that bitter, roast is the main impression about this tea