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Milk Jin Xuan Oolong

Milk Jin Xuan Oolong

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Reference : 21124
Cena za jednotku : 3 760,00 Kč / Kg

3 760,00 Kč

Balení:

250g50g

Country of origin: China
Infusions: 5
Organic

This variety of oolong does not have a long tradition, but was cultivated as recently as 1980. Its origin is China’s Fujian Province. The extraordinary terroir in combination with the Jin Xuan cultivar provide the basis for a great milk-like taste. Green leaves rolled into small balls make a crystal clear, yellow-green liquor with a compact light taste reminiscent of condensed milk.

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 teaspoon of tea for each 1.5 dl of water and one more for the teapot. Bring the water to the boil and then let it cool down to 90°C. Pour and leave it to infuse for 5 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 5 infusions.

This variety of oolong does not have a long tradition, but was cultivated as recently as 1980. Its origin is China’s Fujian Province. The extraordinary terroir in combination with the Jin Xuan cultivar provide the basis for a great milk-like taste. Green leaves rolled into small balls make a crystal clear, yellow-green liquor with a compact light taste reminiscent of condensed milk.

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Country of origin: China
Infusions: 5
Organic

This variety of oolong does not have a long tradition, but was cultivated as recently as 1980. Its origin is China’s Fujian Province. The extraordinary terroir in combination with the Jin Xuan cultivar provide the basis for a great milk-like taste. Green leaves rolled into small balls make a crystal clear, yellow-green liquor with a compact light taste reminiscent of condensed milk.

Preparation guidelines: Allow 1 teaspoon of tea for each 1.5 dl of water and one more for the teapot. Bring the water to the boil and then let it cool down to 90°C. Pour and leave it to infuse for 5 minutes. Sieve and serve. Suitable for 5 infusions.

This variety of oolong does not have a long tradition, but was cultivated as recently as 1980. Its origin is China’s Fujian Province. The extraordinary terroir in combination with the Jin Xuan cultivar provide the basis for a great milk-like taste. Green leaves rolled into small balls make a crystal clear, yellow-green liquor with a compact light taste reminiscent of condensed milk.

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