Ingredients: Ya Shi Dan Cong Oolong Tea
The name is not a typo. Story goes that 100 years ago, the tea farmer who created this varietal was afraid that his neighbors would steal his amazing new tea therefore he called it “Duck Shit” to deter them from stealing it.
Now this might be one of those folk tales, but we definitely understand why someone would want to steal this tea. This Oolong tea is highly prized for it’s scent consisting of orchid floral and stone fruit. The flavor is smooth, mellow and has a sweet lingering finish. The large, gold/black, twisted leaves are beautifully sorted and can be steeped multiple times using our Tea Brewer or Cup Infuser
Comes in a reusable canister containing 50g of Loose Leaf Oolong Tea.
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2 tablespoon per standard cup at 80°C for 1 minute
After extraction, let the tea rest for a minute before tasting or smelling. It makes a big difference in the layers of flavours and aromas experienced.
2.5 tablespoon per 250mL of cold water, brew overnight in refrigerator