Grown in the Thai hillside village of Mae Salong Nok, this well-balanced oolong yields a golden color and complementary earthy notes of stem of broccolini and water chestnuts notes. Rinse tea leaves with heated water prior to steeping. Good for 6+ infusions when brewed Gong Fu style. Recommended for fans of Jin Xuan oolong tea—also called #12—which originated in Taiwan.
- Origin: Chiang Rai, Thailand
- Cultivar: Jin Xuan
- Harvest date: May 2022
- Serving size: 4–6 g per cup
- Temperature: 195°F / 90°C
- Recommended vessel: gaiwan or Yixing teapot
Ingredients: oolong tea
Caffeine level: moderate
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With a silky mouthfeel, this delectable, pale-gold brew presents with the light nuttiness of walnuts and a honey-butter milkiness.
The comportment of Royal Oolong is similar to Tieguanyin or PARU’s Daily Oolong and is suitable for the palette that savors more delicate or sweet oolong teas.