Friday, May 28, 2010

Oolong: Monkey Pick


Color: Light, pale green to yellow

Smell: Green, fresh

Taste: Smooth, buttery, fluidly viscous

Body: Light but strong and steady, viscous - slightly thick, buttery

Liquor: Coats the mouth gently

Stay: Lingering but steady

Leaf: Pressed whole leaves, green

Conclusion: A very lovely light tea.
Soothing to the senses and palate.
Caffeine content is mild with extremely light lift enough to clear the head of the day's toll.
A tea to have when you need a cup of tea to soothe the nerves.
Handpicked, two leaves and two leaves and a bud.
Roasting is extremely light, retaining the greenness of the leaf flavor.
Leaves are pressed whole.





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