Origin: China (Fujian Province).
- Heat 8 oz. cold water to about 180 degrees Fahrenheit (hot, but not boiling - you should see small bubbles rising to the surface if heating in a pan).
- Remove from heat and add 1 tsp tea leaves.
- Let set for 1-3 minutes.
- Strain and serve.
This Quanzhou Milk Oolong has such a decadent smell! It’s just like condensed milk 🤤 Immediately brought back memories of that condensed milk flan my mum used to make.
The liquor is very pale, almost transparent. Brewed for 3 minutes as recommended, I used just about 1 tea spoon. I feel more would have made the flavor too strong.
It was delicious, subtle and sweet at the same time. Well balanced between the flowery taste and the sweet condensed milk. It’s a little bit sweeter than other milk oolong I’ve tried, but a it is a really lovely one.