Jing Tea Shop Wuyi Shui Jin Gi Oolong


The dry leaves are long and have highlights here and there on select leaves, but are mostly black. They have a woody smell with roasted undertones.



The wet leaves have a beautiful woody, leafy smell! They are one to two inches in leangth on average. There are a few variations in. Size, but only 5-10%.


The liquor is a caramel color and medium body. It has a woody sawdust taste and is not astringent or dry at all!


Overall, it was good! I would buy, drink and recommend this tea!
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