Deerland Grade: D/Smooth. Everyone can enjoy it daily.

 

This tasting set is prepared for those who love to explore with comparison!  

 

These two teas both come from the same region, under the processing of the same teamaker, and even made with the same batch of tea shoots. The reason which causes them to taste grandly different is--the oxidation level of the tea.

 

By raising the oxidization level close to black tea, the Black Oolong loses some of its floral notes, but contains more aromatic ripe fruit notes and tastes less astringent; the sweetness of black tea has mixed with the freshness of oolong and further results in aromas similar to Rosé or herbal liquor. On the other hand, Deerland Oolong has kept its classic lowland oolong features, the note is crispy and bold, the flavor is stronger and with a bitter finish; it is full of umami and exactly the tea that would re-awaken your senses after an oily meal.  

 

For more details on each tea, please follow the link:

Deerland Black Oolong, Autumn 2019

Deerland Oolong, Autumn 2019

 

 

Deerland Black Oolong

Autumn 2019. Cultivar | Qīng Xīn Oolong

Deerland Tea Region | 300 m

Oxidation Level | High

Roasting Degree | None

 

 

Deerland Oolong

Autumn 2019. Cultivar | Qīng Xīn Oolong

Deerland Tea Region | 300 m

Oxidation Level | Low

Roasting Degree | None

2020 "Explorer's Tasting Set" | Deerland Black Oolong & Deerland Oolong | 75g*2

€22.99Price
  • Steam Note:

    Honey, Ripe Fruit, Caramel, Raisin

     

    Tea Flavor:

    Ripe Fruit, Rosé Wine

     

    Post-Brew Note:

    Malt, Rosé Wine, Avocado

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