The website calls this a Chinese green oolong, and I am not entirely sure what that means, but that is my only issue with the methods that are used on the website. I brewed this oolong for 4 minutes at 208˚F. I brewed the same leaves three times and the second brew brought out the most well rounded and delightful flavours, in my opinion. A sample of this tea is only a dollar, and 2 oz. (which will make 15 cups if you only brew it once), is a mere 6$, which is a pretty good deal for the benefits and flavours. I really appreciated this fruity tea.
» Read more about this reviewer on Chelsy's profile page.
» Find a list of recent posts by Chelsy.