One of China’s most famous teas evokes images of an ancient temple. This bold-flavored oolong tastes smokey, malty, with a hint of cocoa aftertaste. Its 80 to 90 percent fermented, then pan-fired and dried to produce withered, rolled leaves that produce an amber liquor that smells of sweet tobacco.
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