I stayed at home today, and had a rougui given to me free by one of the tea vendors on Maliandao.

The leaves are a little green, and indeed, this is a relatively light roasted rougui.

The tea is…. quite nice. Thick, with a deep aftertaste, and a nice up front aroma. The tea is not particularly complex, but it lasts many infusions. Then again, I’m not a huge fan of lightly roasted oolongs. Even though the tea is still relatively pleasant to drink, it doesn’t really cut it for me. I think for Wuyi teas, I still prefer stronger stuff that is more heavily roasted. It got slightly boring at the end.

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