Properties of Aged Wulong

by Jason Walker on July 20, 2014

in Member Content, wulong/oolong

Suppose a tea vendor or processor ¬†somewhere in China or Taiwan is going through his storage room and finds a container of tea that has been sitting there for more years than he can remember. Knowing that tea cost him something, and looking to recover that cost, he comes up with an idea: “I’ll call […]


. Comment: layers and texture build from the first steep. . Origin: Chaozhou, Guangdong Province, China Harvest: 1960’s ? Score: 92 Price (as of post): 5 g = $6 . Sample provided by Life In Teacup. Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. Walker Tea Review- a tea blog with tea reviews and tea tastings. […]


Tea Review 408: Camellia Sinensis Bai Hao 1958

by Jason Walker on February 24, 2012

in 96-98, wulong/oolong

. Comment: a rich, smooth, aftertaste that rests deep in the throat. Sweetness of vanilla bean and honey. . Origin: As with many aged wulongs with this history, its particulars are obscure Score: 97 Price (as of post): 25 g = $16.75 . Sample provided by Camellia Sinensis. Compare teas with others on the Scoresheet. […]