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Milk Jin Xuan Taiwanese

Milk Jin Xuan Taiwanese

465-50-P
In stock: 21
4.7
Taiwan
US$7.00
US$7.00
TW
Origin
Taiwan
Asia

Description

Description

This is a special hand-processed tea that comes from famous growing regions in Taiwan. Jin Xuan oolongs are known for their naturally rich creamy mouthfeel. Its production requires special attention to time, temperature, altitude and soil conditions. During the production; to enhance the natural milky richness in Jin Xuan cultivar, the leaves are baked and are flavored with “milk essence” before the leaves are dried. This special growing region and the process is what gives this tea its natural creaminess, milk flavor and silky texture.

Our Milk Jin Xuan Taiwanese oolong produces a pale yellow infusion, with a creamy, milky sweet fragrance and smooth, slightly sweet taste that lingers on and on.

This is one tea you cannot forget!

This is how to do it:
1-1.5 TSP or 1 BAG
8oz / 200ml
195F / 90°C
2 - 3 min

Details

Ingredients:
Oolong tea, natural flavor

Reviews

by Heather Barrett
March 2022
It is more buttery then creamy, but it is still delicious. Very nice as a everyday Oolong for the afternoons.
by Sk
February 2022
Delicious! The first thing I noticed about the tea is the scent. Hot, it smells like freshly made caramelized condensed milk. It has a creamy mouthfeel and a bright vegetal taste. As the tea cools down and gets cold, I noticed that it became more floral with a hint of nuttiness to it. After finishing the tea, I find myself often picking up my cup just to inhale the scent left behind. Silly, but for some reason it makes me happy and relaxed!
by Jacqui
December 2017
I find this tea addictively delicious. It's a creamy tea without milk or cream, and has a wonderful fragrance. Be aware that vegans will not find this tea acceptable because of the milk steaming process.
by Marissa A
October 2017
This is my new go-to for a daily iced tea. It is so pleasant and creamy tasting, with no bitter or grassy aftertaste. When brewing black or oolong teas for iced tea I often find there is too much of an "earthiness" lingering on my palate. This tea lives up to the name, offering a milk or butter like richness I have not found in other teas. I am so pleased with this and find it superior even to the aged oolongs I have tried.
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