2020 from Wuyi Origin? especially dancong

Semi-oxidized tea
Tetsubin
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Fri Sep 11, 2020 4:17 am

dyungim wrote:single bush[/url] or the non-single bush?

Would you mind sharing how the roast and oxidation level of the 3 you bought compare to each other? I am only familiar with the 2019 ya shi xiang (not single bush).

I bought mine through talking to her directly. Your best bet would probably be to e-mail them and discuss with her and I am sure you will find a good fit for your preference.
dyungim
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Fri Jan 14, 2022 7:50 pm

Hengchan wrote:
Sat Sep 05, 2020 5:31 pm
Dancong order recently arrived and can safely say that the old bush mi lan xiang is awesome! Superb in both aroma and flavour potency with durable infusions. Not at all a finicky tea; seems forgiving to a variety of water temps and infusion times.

I'll have to get back to you about the others.
Can you recommend oolongs (ideally dancong but not necessarily) that are similar to Wuyi Origin's Old Bush Mi Lan Xiang from Li Zhai Ping village?

I'm not a fan of greener oolongs and it seems to be increasingly more difficult to find ones that are not too green in this style.

Are there other teas from her that you enjoyed and felt were similar to the old bush mi lan xiang?
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