Sunday, June 27, 2010

Oolong: Zhang Shu Lake


This tea is harvested from tea plantations in the 1400 feet high in Taiwan.

Smell: Vegetal, green

Color: Mid golden

Taste: Vegetal, green, mild, smooth

Body: medium

Liquor: medium

Stay: Smooth in the mouth, stays on tip to mid tongue, soothing to throat and stomach

Leaf: Beautifully harvested, medium sized leaves, extremely mildly roasted

Conclusion: The tea pearls unfurl quickly.
Excellent after meal tea.
Flavor is strong.
The misty and coolness of the mountain is evident in this tea.


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