Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea--- Sacred Lily

Famous Wuyi rock tea with incomparable mellow taste

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$17.99
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Organic Loose Leaf Oolong Tea--- Sacred Lily

Famous Wuyi rock tea with incomparable mellow taste

11
$17.99
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  • Description:

    Sacred Lily comes from the mineral-rich terrain of Wuyi region in Fujian province and it is one of those teas that might fool you easily. Beautiful gentle name and heavenly flower fragrance, make a striking contrast with dark wide leaves and rich and long lasting flavor. Heavy roasting gives unique flavor profile, but needs to be done masterfully to avoid the burn-out notes.

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

    Short description:

    Wuyi Shui Xian rock tea with specific mineral, honey and flowery notes

    Tea Profile: 

    Leaf:  Big and wide dark brown leaves
    Liquor:  Bright yellow-orange
    Aroma:  Mild, but long lasting orchid fragrance
    Taste:  Mellow with mineral and light honey and flowery notes

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

    Brewing:

    4 grams of loose leaf tea in 30ml of 95℃ 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
    nishneky

    I can��t get enough.

    This tea is pretty delicious. It might be the lemon tea of my dreams, actually. Amazing base choice (I��m in love with the rolled yunnan she uses!), lovely soft lemon flavour, and vanilla to wrap it all up. Sometimes lemon teas can be a little harsh; that is not the case here. It truly does taste like a fresh lemon poppyseed muffin, and I can��t get enough.

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    04/02/2018
    Matufef

    ��burnt�� tasting tea I��ve tried.

    This tea had a bit of a nutty flavor, followed up by a finish/aftertaste which was definitely burnt tasting, but came across to me as a burnt sugar sort of taste. I can see why others might not have liked it, because it is really the most ��burnt�� tasting tea I��ve tried.

    N
    03/19/2018
    nishnek

    Good taste

    weet, caramelly mineral roast with surprisingly fruity body. It gets thinner and a bit astringent as you brew it out, but not unpleasantly so. Flavors are balanced and elegant, my biggest complaint is that it dies a bit too quickly for my taste, around steep 5 or 6. Best/strongest steeps are the first two.

    K
    03/16/2018
    Kitte

    I must have done something wrong,

    I must have done something wrong, because it had almost no flavour when I brewed it up. Literally, did not taste like anything, and I gave it three minutes. Oh well. Better luck next time!

    K
    03/01/2018
    Kenn

    A really interesting Oolong

    A really interesting Oolong. Sweet and floral, with a mild sweet pepper taste to it. I was really kind of surprised by the sweet pepper taste � in a very good way. I really liked it. It brought a unique and very compelling element to the cup.